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The Roman numeral M represents 1000.

In ancient Roman use it did not always mean 1000, but it does today.

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M is a roman numeral that represents 1000.

The Roman numeral of M is equivalent to 1000

The Roman numeral M represents the number 1000

The Roman Numeral M is equal to 1000 One Thousand

The roman numeral M represents the number 1000.

The Roman numeral M or m, they both mean the same, is equal to 1000.

It is: 1000 = M as a Roman numeral

M is and will continue to be the roman numeral for 1,000.

The Roman numeral would be :- _ M (Capital letter M with a 'bar' above it.)

1000 is represented by the roman numeral M.

It is: M = 1000

M is 1000.

It is: M = 1000

1000 = MM

M = 1000

1000 = M

2,000 is M M

XHM is not a Roman numeral. There is no Roman numeral with the symbol H and although there are numerals with the symbols X and M, X would never be placed before M in a numeral.

The Roman numeral is 'M'

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W is not a Roman numeral. I, V, X, L, C, D and M are all Roman numeral letters, but W is not.

The Roman numeral of M is equivalent to 1000 = one thousand

The Roman numeral of (M)M = 1,000*1,000*1,000 = 1,000,000,000 or 1.0*109 in standard form