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The Arabic numeral system is the one used in most countries of the world and it based on the numbers; 1, 2, 3, 4 ,5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 0. The numbers have place values based on multiples of 10. The Roman numeral system does not have place value and the numerals used are; I, V, X, L, C, D and M.

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A) Arabic numerals are in numbers whereas Roman numerals are in letters.B) Even if Roman numerals are in letters the symbols are easier to understand, despite the fact that Australians and Americans and most probably you write numbers using the system of Arabic numerals.C) The system of Roman numerals was invented before the system of Arabic numerals, but people use the system of Arabic numerals to write more frequently.

The equivalent Roman numerals of MMCCLV in Hindu-Arabic numerals are 2255

Roman numerals were the number system of the ancient Romans. Hindu-Arabic numerals are the digits we use for composing numbers nowadays.

There is no system called "Arabic numbers". XII can be defined by a set of Arabic NUMERALS, but not by a single character.Improved Answer:-The Roman numerals of XII equals 12 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

hindu arabic is a letters and roman numerals is numbers

the arabic numbers were invented in the 10th centuary and replaced roman numerals in the 14th centuary

In Arabic numerals, it is 616. In Roman numerals, it is DCXVI.

The equivalent Arabic numerals of the Roman numerals CC are 200

The Roman numeral system relied on seven characters to represent numbers, unlike the Arabic system with relies on 10 characters. Roman numerals can be used in the same way as Arabic numbers.

dcccxiii in Roman numerals is equivalent to 813 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

The Roman numerals of XXVIII are the equivalent of 28 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

1 is similar betweeen Roman and Hindu arabic numerals

Those are Roman numerals. In Arabic numerals it is 1697.

It is already in Roman numerals but if you meant its equivalent in Hindu-Arabic numerals then under the present rules now governing the Roman numeral system it is 1465.

The given Roman numerals under today's rules now governing the Roman numeral system represent the equivalent of 1697 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

for me if you add how many hindu arabic you write it can be in number on roman numerals,

In medieval Western Europe the numeracy system was Roman then in the Middle Ages the Hindu-Arabic numeracy system was introduced.

The Roman numeral XIX the same as 19 in Arabic numerals.

In todays notation of Roman numerals they represent 2748 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals it is the equivalent of 2594 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

The Roman numerals LXVII=67 in Hindu Arabic numerals.

The Roman numerals lvi or LVI converted into Arabic numerals are 56

The Roman numerals MMM is equivalent to 3000 in Arabic numerals.

LXVIII is already in Roman numerals. In Arabic numerals, it is 68.

Under today's rules now governing the Roman numeral system it is equivalent to 2454 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.