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Any number from 1 to 10999 can be made using a combination of these numerals...

I = 1

V = 5

X = 10

L = 50

C = 100

D = 500

M = 1000

(IV) = 4000

(V) = 5000

(VI) = 6000

(VII) = 7000

(VIII) = 8000

(IX) = 9000

(X) = 10000

For example... 3 = III, 24 = XXIV, 48 = XLVIII, 296 = CCXCVI, 666 = DCLXVI, 1555 = MDLV, 2009 = MMIX, 4999 = (IV)CMXCIX, 10888 = (X)DCCCLXXXVIII.

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There is not enough space to list 3,214 Roman numerals here!

Google "list roman numerals 1 1000" there's a website.

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Sorry, we won't try to list 996,000 Roman numerals here!

I vi mmix

VIII-I-MMIX

2009. Mimic is 2100 in Roman numerals. & I of course is 1.

6 is VI 1 is I 2009 is MMIX

I/XXVIII/MMIX

In today's terms: I-IV-MMIX

I I XI is 1 1 11 in roman numerals.

I is the number 1 in Roman numerals.

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The roman numeral I is 1.

Decimals cannot be written in Roman numerals. Roman numerals correspond to whole, real, positive integers.Cannot be roman numerals:1/5-5-1/50.15-0.15Can be roman numerals1510501005001000

1. Those are already Roman numerals 2 . The number in Arabic numerals is 1871

May-3rd-2009 can also be written as 05-03-2009. The Roman numerals to use would be 5 = V. 3 = III (1 + 1 + 1) and 2009 = MMIX (M = 1000 so MM = 2000, and IX = 1 less than 10, which is 9). So the entire date would be V.III.MMIX

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1 is similar betweeen Roman and Hindu arabic numerals

IM represents 999 in Roman numerals (-1+1000).

1 billion in roman numerals is 'm' with two horizontal lines above it: = m

It is: 7.5 = VIIS in Roman numerals which represents 5+1+1+0.5 = 7.5

On Converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers ,we get :1 8970 in roman numerals is : MMMMMMMMCMLXX

12 is written as XII (10 + 1 + 1) in Roman numerals.