Best Answer

The Romans didn't have a 1/25th fraction, so 8/25ths (0.32) couldn't be notated in Roman numerals. The Roman fractions were strictly duodecimal (base-12), so while you could have fractions like 552/1728 (0.31944) or 553/1728 (0.32002), they are only an approximation of 8/25ths. 1/1728 is 12-4, which is about as small a fraction as you will find in Roman numerals, denoted by ».

So the answer is you cannot write 3.32 exactly in Roman numerals. But a fair approximation would be:

|L| DCCXXXVII »

That is; 5737/1728 using Middle Age notation. |L| is 50x100 which is 5,000

More answers

In Roman numerals, 3 is represented by "III" and 0.01 is represented by "I". Therefore, 3.32 in Roman numerals would be "III.II".

Q: How do you write 3.32 in roman numeral?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

2001 as a roman numeral is MMI

It is: 500 = D as a Roman numeral

As a Roman numeral 326 is CCCXXVI

CCLXMMMCDXXIV is the Roman Numeral of 263424.

The Roman numeral for 4 is written as IV.

Related questions

2001 as a roman numeral is MMI

It is: 500 = D as a Roman numeral

As a Roman numeral 326 is CCCXXVI

CCLXMMMCDXXIV is the Roman Numeral of 263424.

The Roman numeral for 4 is written as IV.

The Roman numeral for 295 is CCXCV.

It is: 38 = XXXVIII as a Roman numeral

1 = I as a Roman numeral

Roman Numeral MMDLXII

1566 coverted into a Roman numeral is MDLXVI

The Roman Numeral system did not incorporate fractions.

10 written in roman numeral is X