What are the two types of waypoints found on charts

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What are the two types of waypointsfound on charts? How are theyrepresented?Definition:
Term:What are "T" and "Q" RoutesDefinition:Published RNAV routes that can beflight-planned for use by aircraft withRNAV capability.T-routes= Depicted on Enroute LowAltitude Charts from 1,200 feet up to17,999.Q-routes- Depicted on Enroute HighAltitude Charts from 18,000 feet toFL450
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