400 = CCCC or as CD
In Roman numerals the numerical value is 3000
400 in Roman numerals is CD.
CD is the Roman numeral for 400.
XL=400 * * * * * No. XL is the Roman number 40. 400 is CD.
Numerical system of the Roman Empire
MMXII in Roman nuerals is the same as 2012
10 is equal to X in roman numerals
The numerical value of a score is 20 and as a Roman numeral it is XX
Do you mean in Roman numerals? If so then 67 in Roman numerals is LXVII.
As Roman numerals: 205 = CCV
As a Roman numeral 2 = II
Yes,subtraction occur in the roman numeral system.It takes place as it takes place in numerical systems.But subtraction occuring in the roman numeral system is difficult then in general numerical system.
"A" is not used in Roman numerals. Only a few letter have specific numerical values.
Because it was the numerical system of the ancient Romans
Roman Numeral for 216 is CCXVI.
If it's Roman Numerals then the symbol is M
Hindu-Arabic numerical system is what we use today i.e. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and 9 Roman numerical system was once used in the past i.e. I V X L C D and M
Latin numerals are the same as Roman numerals and they form the numerical aspect of the Latin language.
It is: (CD) which means 1000*400 = 400,000
It is: CD which means -100+500 = 400
The Roman numeral XXVII represents the number 27
The Roman numeral which represents the number 561 is DLXI
XVXVX Another answer: 400 in Roman numerals is CD (-100+500 = 400) but 100-1400=400 still because the numeral ups one after subtraction so actually(-100+500 = 400) doesn't exist
Converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers we get,roman numeral CD in standard form is written as 400. CD=400.
Compact Disc or CD which is equal to 400.