8, for August, the eighth month, is VIII 17 is XVII 2008 is MMVIII
18th August 2012 is XVIII. VIII. MMXII in Roman numerals.
The date October 8th 2008 can also be written as 10-08-2008 and in Roman numerals this can be written as X.VIII.MMVIII
VIII VIII MCMXCVI
It is: VIII-VIII-MMXII
6, for June, the sixth month, is VI 8 is VIII 2008 is MMVIII
August = 8th month = 8 = VIII 13 = XIII 1988 = MCMLXXXVIII
Agust is 8(VIII). 25=XXV. Therefore, August 25= VIII-XXV
Febrary 29th 2008 ccould be written as 02-29-2008 and this can be represented by the Roman numerals II.XXIX.MMVIII which is made up from II = 2, XXIX = 29 and MMVIII (MM = 2000 + VIII = 8)
August is the 8th month, 8 is VIII. 18 is XVIII. August 18 would be written as VII XVIII.
August would be represented with the number 8. This would be shown as VIII-XIII-MCMLXIV.
8 8 1981 in Roman numerals is VIII VIII MDCCCCLXXXI or IIX IIX XXMMI. Note that 1981 is not MCMLXXXI in Roman numerals.
August 8th 2000 can also be written as 08-08-2000 which would be written as VIII.VIII.MM
Assuming this is the date 30th August 1987: 30 is XXX August (8) is VIII 1987 is MCMLXXXVII 87 on its own is LXXXVII
Direct Conversion: X.VIII.MMVII M=1000 X=10 V=5 I=1 Improved Answer:- 10-8-2008 = X-VIII-MMVIII in Roman numerals
If you mean 822 then the equivalent in Roman numerals is DCCCXXII
The number 8 is VIII in roman numerals
The date 8-14-2009 in Roman numerals would be VIII.XIV.MMIX
It is: XII VIII MMXV in Roman numerals
XLII is 42 in Roman numerals. XXXIV is 34 in Roman numerals. The difference between them is 8, or VIII in Roman numerals.
998- CMXCVIII 998 is CMXCVIII in roman numerals because CM represents 900 in roman numerals, XC represents 90 in roman numerals and VIII represents 8 in roman numerals; technically this is the correct answer.
VIII XV MMVII in Roman Numerals.
The Roman numerals for 7,8 and 9 are VII, VIII and IX.
The date 08-07-1992 in Roman numerals is VIII.VII.MCMXCII
18 in roman numerals looks like XVIII
In Roman numerals D = 500 so 8 more than D = 508, which in Roman numerals is DVIII.
It is: 8 = VIII
The date 09-08-1975 in Roman numerals would be IX.VIII.MCMLXXV
MCMXCVIII (M for 1000, CM for 900, XC for 90, and VII for 8) Another contributor's answer: The above conversion of 1998 into Roman numerals is conventionally correct but VII in Roman numerals is 7 and VIII is 8.
May is 5 so V-VIII-MMVIII or if you just want '08, V-VIII-VIII
The date 08-17-2006 in Roman numerals would be VIII.XVII.MMVI
Singh Is Kinng - 2008 was released on: Australia: 2008 Kuwait: 7 August 2008 Canada: 8 August 2008 (limited) India: 8 August 2008 Ireland: 8 August 2008 Netherlands: 8 August 2008 Pakistan: 8 August 2008 UK: 8 August 2008 USA: 8 August 2008 Canada: 7 September 2008 (Toronto International Film Festival)
The roman numeral VIII represents the number 8.
As a Roman numeral VIII is equivalent to 8
8 or VIII 8 or VIII
In todays modern arrangement of Roman numerals: XIV-VIII-MMIX But the ancient Romans would have notated them quite differently
2005: MMV 25: XXV 8 (for eighth month): VIII Those are what each of the numbers are in roman numerals, the date would just be formed by their combination (dd/mm/yyyy format) XXV/VIII/MMV
August 5th, 1998 is the same as 08/05/1998 or 05/08/1998 (depending on your date-set in your country) and in Roman Numerals are: VIII/V/MCMXCVIII or V/VIII/MCMXCVIII. This Roman Numeral translates as followed: â€¢ VIII = 5 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 8 â€¢ V = 5 â€¢ MCMXCVIII = 1000 + (1000 - 100) + (100 - 10) + 5 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 1000 + 900 + 90 + 8… Read More
It is written VIII
10 = X, 18 = XVIII (10 + 5 + 3) and 2008 = MMVIII (MM = 200 and VIII = 8) so the entire birthdate is X.XVIII.MMVIII
The number 8,000,000 can be written in Roman numerals as [VIII] with a horizontal bar placed above it (which I can't write with my keyboard).
108 in Roman numerals is CVIII (100+8=108)
During the Roman era the equivalent of 2-1990-8 was probably II-XMM-IIX. But in today's revised notation of Roman numerals 2-1990-8 is written out as II-MCMXC-VIII. The former notation of Roman numerals seems more plausible than the latter.
on converting the Arabic number into roman numerals we get that : 708 in roman numerals is written as : DCCVIII where DC=600 C=100 and VIII=8.
In today's notation of Roman numerals it is officially: VIII-XIX-MCMXCIX But for the sake of authenticity the Romans themselves in the past probably wrote out the equivalent of 8-19-1999 in a simplified format as: IIX-IXX-IMM Because of changes to the rules governing the Roman numeral system the way that we write out Roman numerals today differs in the way that the Romans actually did themselves.
Hindu-Arabic numerals are: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and 9 Roman numerals are: I V X L C D and M