Questions and answers related to the symbols used by the ancient Romans to represent numbers. These include the numerals: I, V, X, L, C, D and M.

Questions and answers related to the symbols used by the ancient Romans to represent numbers. These include the numerals: I, V, X, L, C, D and M.

In todays modern notation of Roman numerals it is: III-III-MCMLXXII Read More

Half of 1004 in Roman numerals are: DII = 502 Read More

It is: (VIII)DCLXXII which means 1,000*8+600+70+2 = 8,672 Read More

Because of changes made to the real rules regarding the governance of the original Roman numeral system made during the Middle Ages nowadays 1999 and 2014 when converted into Roman numerals are officially MCMXCIX and MMXIV which seems rather strange because they don't quite easily lend themselves to the 4 basic mathematical operations of arithmetic one of which is addition. But there exist historical evidence to show that the ancient Romans would have probably added… Read More

In todays modern notation of Roman numerals the equivalent of 1964 is MCMLXIV But the ancient Romans probably wrote it out quite differently. Read More

The equivalent Arabic numerals of the Roman numerals CC are 200 Read More

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals: IX-XV-MCMLXIX But the ancient Romans probably wrote out the equivalent of 1969 quite differently. Read More

In todays notation of Roman numerals they represent: 3000+600+80+4 = 3684 Read More

1000 : M 400 : CD 90 : XC 2 : II Accordingly, 1492 : MCDXCII Read More

It is 12 because the Roman numerals of XISS = 10+1+0.5+0.5 = 12 Read More

They don't mean anything because they are an invalid arrangement of Roman numerals. Read More

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals: IV-V-MCMXCIII Read More

The M represents 1000 and the D is 500. This would convert to MMMCDLXXXV in Roman numerals. Read More

In todays modern notation of Roman numerals: MMMCDLXXXV = 3485 But the ancient Romans probably compiled them quite differently. Read More

The ancient Romans would instantly recognise IXL (50-11) as the equivalent of 39 because its an abridged version of XXXVIIII (39) The rules governing the original Roman numeral system were changed during the Middle Ages and sill remain as they are today. The equivalent of 39 in Roman numerals today is XXXIX. Read More

It is: (IX)CLXXXVIII which means 1000*9+188 = 9188 Read More

The equivalent Roman numeral of L as an Hidu-Arabic numeral is 50 Read More

The Roman numeral system originated from the Etruscan numeral system and the Etruscans once ruled the Romans. Read More

The M represents 1000 and the L is used for 50. This would convert to MMMCCXLIX in Roman numerals. Read More

On converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers ,we get : 6 2 1989 IN ROMAN NUMERALS is written as : VI II MCMLXXXIX. 1989=MCMLXXXIX. Read More

30 if the "11" is excluded because 11 is not a Roman Numeral. Read More

The ancient Romans had no real reasons for such large numbers whereas in fact their original numeracy system only contained 5 symbols which were I V X L and C. For 500 and 1000 they once were I) and (I) later changed into D and M respectively. But the Romans if need be could increase the values of numerals by a system of brackets as follows:- (((D))) which means 10*10*1,000*500 = 50,000,000 Read More

MIM + MMXIV = MMMXIII or MMCXCIX + MMXIII = MMMXIII There is only one way to write the solution (3013) Read More

There would be no hyphens in a Roman numeral. Reading these as three separate numbers, you get 702-246-3723. Looks like somebody's phone number. Read More

Because of changes made to the original rules governing the Roman numeral system, introduced during the Middle Ages, nowadays 1999 and 2014 when converted into Roman numerals are officially MCMXCIX and MMXIV respectively which doesn't seem to make sense because it's almost impossible to add them together in some kind of logical mathematical progression. However, notwithstanding the aforementioned inasmuch that there exist credible historical evidence to suggest that the ancient Romans would have calculated the… Read More

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In todays usage of Roman numerals it is: III-XXIX-MMI But note that the ancient Romans would have worked out the equivalent of 29 as XXVIIII and then abridged them to IXXX thus using less numerals yet retaining their original values. Read More

It is the equivalent of 9*90 = 810 which in Roman numerals are DCCCX Read More

I really hate science, but I was looking for the answer and I can't even find it! That's just my guess. Read More

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The Roman Numeral system did not incorporate fractions. Read More

In Roman Numerals2004: MMIV 2005: MMV 2006: MMVI 2014: MMXIV Read More

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals they are: MMIV MMV MMVI and MMXIV respectively. But the ancient Romans would have wrote the equivalent of 2004 and 2014 quite differently than we do today. Read More

A subscript os a cjaracter written lower on the page than the rest of the line (and usually in a smaller font). In chemistry, a subscript tells how many atoms of a particular element are in a molecule, such as CO2 for carbon dioxide. In math, a subscript is sometimes used to distinguish numbers in a sequence (other than actually listing values), as x1, x2, x3. NOTE: In the examples above, the subscripts (as the… Read More

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals: 95 = XCV Read More

1 Its symbol for nought is N which is not needed 2 Its numerals have positional place values that are self evident 3 It once needed only 5 symbols which were I V X L and C 4 It used single or multiple brackets to increase the values of numerals 5 It once was I) for 500 and (I) for 1000 later changed to D and M 6 Its values are: M=1000 D=500 C=100 L=50… Read More

In today's modern notation of Roman numerals it represents the year of 1824. Read More

Numbers are made from numerals as for example numbers are made from the Hindu-Arabic numerals of 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and 9 Read More

Exactly as it is 1300 but if you mean in Roman numerals then it is MCCC Read More

We count in fives because there are five fingers on one hand-by a year five girl Read More

Because of changes made to the original rules governing the Roman numeral system introduced during the Middle Ages the equivalent of 19 when converted into Roman numerals is officially XIX But the ancient Romans would have worked out 19 as XVIIII and then abridged it to IXX because the Latin word for XVIIII is 'novemdecim' and the Latin word for IXX is 'undeviginti' and there is no Latin word for XIX Latin was the language… Read More

Roman numbers may also be used to sort the different chapters of a book,to distinguisg various pages in a book we can use roman numbers. Read More

The equivalent of 2013 in Roman numerals is MMXIII Read More

It is: (VI)LI which means 1000*6+50+1 = 6051 Read More

Nowadays in accordance with the modern rules governing the Roman numeral system 48 when converted into Roman numerals is now XLVIII But the ancient Romans would have worked out that the equivalent of 48 is IIL (50-2) thus facilitating working out large numbers as follows:- (((XXD))) = 10*10*1000*[500-20] = 48,000,000 Read More

1 An abacus counting device was once used to work out Roman numerals 2 Brackets were used to increase their values 3 C is the equivalent of 100 4 Dollar bills have Roman numerals on them in the form of MDCCLXXVI 5 Etruscans conceived this system of numeracy and they once ruled the Romans 6 Four was never IV for 4 for fear of offending the Roman god Jupiter 7 Gregorian calendar was introduced in… Read More

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals: IV-XXIX-MCMLIII But the ancient Romans would have wrote them out quite differently than we do today. Read More

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals they represent: 1927 Read More

Exactly as in the question: 9,814,411,562 Read More

It is: (X) which means 1,000*10 = 10,000 Read More

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals they represent: 443 Read More

They represent the equivalent of 822 Read More

One thousand is represented by the letter M and fifty by the letter L. This would mean 1145 in Arabic numbers. Read More

Exactly as in the question 6.4 which is 32/5 as an improper fraction in its simplest form Read More

1000.000 is the same as 1000 = M as a Roman numeral Read More

On converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers ,we get : 7-18-64 IN ROMAN NUMERALS is written as : VII-XVIII-LXIV Read More

If you mean: 110, 100 and 1000 then they were written as CX, C and M respectively Read More

M = 1,000 D = 500 C = 100 L = 50 X = 10 V = 5 I = 1 L after D means add, so D + L = 500 + 50 = 550 If it was LD then minus, so 50 from 500 = 450 Read More