Q: What do the numerals mean in an equation?

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It has no meaning in numerals.

You mean Roman numerals? X

If you mean Roman Numerals it is LIX

It does not mean anything because it is an invalid arrangement of Roman numerals

The Roman numerals of DCXXXII are the equivalent of 632 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

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Numerals are what MAKE the equation.

Yes, you can write an equation out in words. This is often done to make clear what the equation in numerals is.

Parentheses are used to mean whispered, or an afterthought. Or in Math, to be figured separately from the first part of the equation.

It has no meaning in numerals.

It is already in numerals but if you mean in Roman numerals then its equivalent is MDCCII

If you mean Roman Numerals it is LIX

You mean Roman numerals? X

They are Roman numerals and they mean 1161 when converted into Hindu-Arabic numerals

It is already expressed in numerals as 611 but if you mean in Roman numerals then it is DCXI

It does not mean anything because it is an invalid arrangement of Roman numerals

They don't mean anything because they are an invalid arrangement of Roman numerals

The Roman numerals of DCXXXII are the equivalent of 632 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.