Why do this problem?
uses the letters of the alphabet to study the effects of transformations such as rotations and reflections. It requires learners to visualise and predict outcomes. It could help learners to acquire and practise the language of both symmetry and transformations such as vertical and horizontal
reflections, and turning through $180^o$.
Will it look the same after you have rotated it through $180^o$?
How will it look after you have flipped it sideways/from top to bottom?
Why don't you try using a mirror to see if you are right?
Do these letters have a horizontal/vertical line of symmetry?
Learners could systematically go through the letters of the whole alphabet.
Suggest using a mirror or cutting out some letters and trying them.