VIXII is not a correct Roman numeral as it does not conform to
the rules associated with them. VI = 6 and XII = 12 so if VIXII
existed it could mean 6 less than 12, which is simply 6.
This is not a valid roman numeral!
It is: 5 = V as a Roman numeral
XXL is not a valid roman numeral.
Unfortunately, the roman numeral 'Z' does not exist. ):
The Roman numeral of DXIII is equivalent to 513
You mean Roman Numeral? It is XVI
It is the Roman Numeral for the number 6. It is the Roman Numeral for the number 6.
The Roman numeral CCLXVI represents the number 266
The roman numeral M represents the number 1000.
The Roman numeral CXXXVI represents the number 136
The Roman numeral MCMLXXII represents the number 1972
The Roman numeral MCMXC represents the number 1990
The Roman numeral MMDCXLI represents the number 2641
The roman numeral VII or vii represents the number 7.
That is not a valid Roman Numeral. MMLI would be okay, or MCMI.