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Have the roman numerals changed over time?

Yes, the Romans used the numeral IIII to represent the number 4 but it has since become more common to use the numeral IV. The Romans had no numeral for the number zero but du

The result or effect of changing the Roman numeral IV?

At one time the Roman numeral IIII represented the number 4 but in an effort to make it conform with the rules of writing Roman numerals, which state that no numeral should ap

What are the steps to follow in changing a Hindu-arabic numeral to roman numeral?

to understand roman numerals first you need to know how to indicate a amount first of all I meens1 Vmeans5 Xmeans10 L means 50 C means 100 D means 500 M means

When did Roman numeral 4 change to IV?

It didn't. IV has always been the Roman numeral; 4 is an Arabic numeral. the western world adopted the Arabic numbers because it is easier to use one symbol for each number, r

How do you change Arabic numbers in to Roman numerals?

Roman numerals.... 1 = I 2 = II 3 = III 4 = IV (or IIII on old clocks, watches and sundials) 5 = V 6 = VI 7 = VII 8 = VIII 9 = IX 10 = X 20 = XX 30 = XXX 40 = XL 50 = L 60 = L

What are the rules in changing Hindu-arabic into roman numeral?

Today's rules of converting Hindu-Arabic into Roman numerals are confusing to say the least. Read any reference books regarding the history and evolution of mathematics and w

How do you change Roman numerals into numbers?

i only know the basics like I = 1 II = 2 III = 3 IV = 4 V =5 VI =6 VII = 7 VIII = 8. Okay, this is a little complicated. It's looks as though there's a lot to learn from the

Why were roman numerals changed to Arabic numerals?

Roman numerals weren't changed to Hindu-Arabic numerals. The two systems developed separately around the same time period. Roman numerals were in common use long after the Rom
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Did life change for the Roman when Roman numerals were discovered?

Well, life itself certainly did not change when Roman numerals began to be used, but it did make counting and keeping track of things a lot easier. Well, life itself certainl
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When was Roman Numerals changed to numbers?

Bear in mind that Roman numerals actually are numbers, they are just not the kind of numbers that we presently use, which are called Arabic numerals. Arabic numerals were firs
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How did the Roman Numerals change over time?

The only real change to the Roman Numerals happened in the MiddleAges when "lazy" monks created the shorthand form that we usetoday. For example in the system as used by the R