Five hundred in Roman numerals is the letter D.
D is the Roman Numeral for 500.
In Roman numerals D represents 500.
It is 500 = D
D is 500
five in the roman numerals is "V"
In Roman numerals, the letter D was used to represent 500, though it's hard to consider Roman numerals an "abbreviation" per se ("1776" is much shorter than MDCCLXXVI).
The five letter word MIMIC can be formed from Roman numerals but as the individual numerals are in the wrong order it isn't a real Roman numeral.
one thousand, five hundred, sixty four & two
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It is 605 in Hindu-Arabic numerals and in Roman numerals it is DCV
One is represented with the letter I. A five is represented with the letter V.
I - one V - five X - ten L - fifty C - hundred D - five hundred M - thousand
It is perhaps in reference to "demi mille", or "half a thousand".
It is: one thousand six hundred and twenty five = 1625 and in Roman numerals MDCXXV
It should be MDXL in roman numeralRoman NumeralsIoneVfiveXtenLfiftyCone hundredDfive hundredMone thousand * forty is XL
In today's terms 2,359,245 = (MMCCCLIX)CCXLV But during the Roman era it would have probably been written out differently in the way that we write out Roman numerals today.
Five = V
In roman numerals, yes. C represents one hundred and V represents five.
Neither X, L, nor D, are 5 in roman numerals. X is 10, L is 50, and D is 500. 5 is always represented as a V in roman numerals.