Letters with a Single Stroke of the Pen

Which of these capital letters, as per the font shown, can be traced with a single stroke of a pen without going back on itself.
It doesn't have to be the standard way of writing them.
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Last updated: March 12, 2020
First submittedFebruary 19, 2020
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that can be traced with a single stroke

D

T

V

N

L

P

G

X

E

S

Y

Z

A

J

B

K

O

M

H

R

C

F

Q

U

W

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Level 71
Mar 12, 2020
You have K twice. Once in the first and once in the fourth row.
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Level 82
Mar 12, 2020
Thanks, fixed!
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Level 81
Aug 3, 2021
Okay, I'm lost on the "Q". Even if you draw half of the cross mark first, then go entirely around the circle before drawing the second half of the cross mark, won't the two halves of the cross mark not be 100% aligned since they can't start at the same position on the circle without overlapping? Am I missing something?
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Level 82
Aug 3, 2021
Touching a point twice isn't a pen stroke "going back on itself". It isn't retracing a line going back the way it came.

Also consider that if the rules prohibited overlapping even slightly at a point, then you could say the same thing about simply drawing a complete letter O, at least with a round-nibbed pen. You'd have to overlap slightly at the point you start and finish. To draw an O without overlapping you'd need a flat-nibbed pen. And with a flat nib you can draw a Q without overlapping even slightly at the intersection.

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Level 43
Nov 9, 2021
You can definitely do R in a single stroke
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Level 82
Nov 9, 2021
How?
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Level 60
Dec 28, 2021
Not in the way it's written in this font, but some people write it so the down diagonal stroke of the R doesn't go along the bottom of the curved bit. So it would go up the left line, around the curve all the way to where it meets the straight line like a P, and then continue the diagonal stroke without touching the curve.
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Level 60
Dec 28, 2021
In the instructions, though, it does say in the font shown. Fair enough