Here are some interesting facts about the letter "Q":
It is the seventeenth letter of the English alphabet and the only letter that does not appear in any US state name.
It is also the second least common letter in the English language, after "Z."
The letter "Q" comes from the Phoenician letter "qoph," which meant "monkey."
In Scrabble, the letter "Q" is the second most valuable letter, with a point value of 10.
The letter "Q" is often used in chemistry to represent the heat of reaction, which is the energy released or absorbed during a chemical reaction.
The word "Qwerty" refers to the standard layout of the keys on a typewriter or computer keyboard. The name comes from the first six letters on the top row of keys.
In Chinese, the letter "Q" is often used to represent the sound "ch" or "tch."
The letter "Q" is also used in music notation to indicate a quarter note, which is a note that lasts for one beat.
In mathematics, the letter "Q" is often used to represent the set of rational numbers, which are numbers that can be expressed as a fraction.
The letter "Q" is the first letter in the name of the popular science fiction television series "Star Trek: The Next Generation" character, Q, who is an all-powerful, mischievous being with god-like powers.