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Q: How do you write the number 1000 in Roman numerals?

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In Roman numerals, M = 1000

1000 in roman numerals = M

In Roman numerals 3000000 is MMM but with an horizontal bar above each of the numerals to signify multiplication by a thousand: 1000*1000+1000*1000+1000*1000 = 3000000.

MMX is the number 2010 in roman numerals. Here M is 1000 and X is 10.

On Converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers we get: 1000 in roman numerals is written as : M

To write the number 10,000, use (X). The parentheses multiply it by 1000. M(X)CMII is 9902 in Roman numerals.

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Actually 'MMCMV' appears to be a Roman numeral. The letters as given express the number 2,905 [1000 + 1000 + (1000 - 100) + 5].

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1000 is M letter

The number 1000 is represented by the Roman numeral M

1000 as a Roman numeral is simply M

M = 1000

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The letter M is equivalent to the number 1000 in Roman Numerals.

(VI) = 1000*6 = 6000

(XXII) = 22*1000 = 22,000

_ M Is 1,000,000 in Roman numerals. The bar over the letter means it is times 1000. M is 1000 1000 X 1000 = 1,000,000

It can be: (D)M which means 1000*500*1000 = 500,000,000

(xcvi)m = 1000*96*1000 = 96,000,000

If you mean in Roman numerals it is: (IV)XXIII = 1000*4+23 = 4023

Exactly as it is 25000 which in Roman numerals is (XXV) meaning 1000*25

The Roman numeral M represents the number 1000

Do you mean in Roman numerals? If so then it is: MLXV (1000+50+10+5 = 1065)

IX with a line over it. When using roman numerals, placing a line over the number means to multiply it 1000