Q: What is 45 in the roman nemerals?

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The Roman numeral of I is equivalent to 1 = one

Letters replace numbers in roman... L = 50, X = 10, I = 1... so 59 is LIX, meaning 50 + ten minus one...

The ancient Romans had no need for such large numbers but its equivalent in scientific notation would be: I*X^XIII which is 1.0*10^13

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155

The Roman numeral of I is equivalent to 1 = one

Letters replace numbers in roman... L = 50, X = 10, I = 1... so 59 is LIX, meaning 50 + ten minus one...

The ancient Romans had no need for such large numbers but its equivalent in scientific notation would be: I*X^XIII which is 1.0*10^13

45 in Roman numerals is XLIV and 45 is XLV.

XLV in roman numerals = 45

45 = XLV

45 = XLV

It is: 45 = XLV

45 = XLV

45 = XLV