6,666,666 = ((DC))(DCLXVI)DCLXVI in Roman numerals Numerals in double brackets indicate multiplication by ten thousand and numerals in single brackets indicate multiplication by a thousand other numerals are treated as normal. Hence:- ((DC)) = 10,000*600 = 6,000,000 (DCLXVI) = 1,000*666 = 666,000 DCLXVI = 666
For Roman Numeral, you add the numbers that are together. The only exception is then there is a smaller number and then a bigger number i.e. IV, then you subtract. M is 1,000 D is 500 C is 100 X is 10 L is 50 I (not 1) is 1. I may look like one, but roman numerals are numbers represtented by lettes only! For the simplified way of solving this, we're saying 2(1,000,000)+600+50+1 or…
How do you write six billion six hundred and seventy-one thousand one hundred and forty-one in Roman numerals?
If you mean conversion into Roman numerals it is as follows:- ((DC))M(DCLXXI)CXXXXI = 6,000,671,141 Numerals in single brackets indicate multiplication by a thousand, numerals in double brackets indicate multiplication by ten thousand and superscript numerals indicate multiplication by that particular numeral. Hence:- ((DC))M = 10,000*600*1,000 = 6,000,000,000 (DCLXXI) = 1,000*671 = 671,000 CXXXXI = 141 Roman numerals: M=1000, D=500, C=100, L=50, X=10, V=5 and I=1 QED