Q: What does dclxv111 mean in roman numarls?

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XXXII = 32

It is: cmxx or CMXX = 920

It is M which means 1000

91 in Roman numerals is XCI (-10+101=91)

As Roman numerals they are: III, XXVIII and II respectively

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MCMLXXXV

DCCLXXIII

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XXXII = 32

XXXIII

It is: cmxx or CMXX = 920

It is M which means 1000

91 in Roman numerals is XCI (-10+101=91)

As Roman numerals they are: III, XXVIII and II respectively

On Converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers ,we get : LX in roman numerals is : 60

In today's notation of Roman numerals XIX represents 19But during the Roman era the equivalent of 19 was XVIIII which was simplified to IXX and in fact its Latin word is undeviginti which means one from twenty.

I,II,III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII,IX,X