What number is VIII?
VIII in a roman numeral. It is number 8
In Roman numerals it is: viii or VIII
The roman numeral VIII represents the number 8.
VIII is the roman numeral equivalent for the number eight.
IV (VIII=8, 8 Squared is 4, 4=IV)
The Roman numeral VIII represents the number 8 8
XL = 40 VIII = 8 XLVIII = 48
The Roman VIII is 8. V = 5 I = 1 VIII = 5+1+1+1 = 8
Answer VIII is the Roman Numeral for 8. When used to describe a monarch, such a Henry VIII, it is written as shown here and pronounced "Henry the eighth" To write it as Henry the VIII is incorrect. VIII is the roman numeral equivalent for the number eight.
Katherine Parr was the sixth wife of King Henry VIII. There has not (yet) been a King Richard VIII.
Henry VIII wrote a number of songs. He owned a number of instruments including many flutes, recorders, and trombones.
The number 8000 can be represented by the Roman numeral VIII with a horizontal bar placed above it or by the Roman numeral [VIII]
8 in numeric numbers is VIII.
The number 8 is VIII in roman numerals
It is: VIII-I-MMXII
The number 8462 in Roman numerals is [VIII]CDLXII
Catherine Parr was the sixth wife.
The Roman numeral which represents the number 8 is VIII
The number 8 can be represented by the Roman numeral VIII
Yes, Henry VIII was a musician. He wrote a number of pieces including, it is said, Greensleeves; though that has been widely disputed and taken as false.
The following is a list of popes who were VIIIs: Innocent VIII Boniface VIII Urban VIII Benedict VIII John VIII Clement VIII Gregory VIII Leo VIII Pius VIII
The number 8462 can be written in Roman numerals as [VIII]CDLXII
The Roman numeral which represents the number 8899 is (VIII)DCCCXCIX
The number 8531 written as a Roman numeral is [VIII]DXXXI
8000 = (VIII) which means 1000*8 = 8000
He did not have one. Phones had not been invented when he was alive.
King Henry VIII did have some skills. He was a skilled hunter, could speak a number of different languages, and could create and sing songs.
The number 8,462 can be represented by the Roman numeral [VIII]CDLXII
The number 8500 in Roman numerals would be (VIII)D
Henry VIII went to war with a number of countries. One of the most memorable wars was with the French army which he defeated at the League of Cambrai war in 1513.
This is an inequality equation in the form of: ii < xxii/viii which is the same as 2 < 22/8
Number VIII: Axel. Proof of Existence: The Flurry of Dancing Flames. Element: Fire Weapon: Chakrams.
King Henry VIII died in 1547. The earliest telephone was invented in 1844. He probably did not have a telephone number.
Neon is in column 18 (or in older tables, VIII) and in the second period.
It stands for 1,103 I get 1008 M, 1000 VIII, 8
Expression as square of number of sum two or more
Only the number 8 (VIII)
This is not an existing compound, manganese cannot attain the oxidation number +VIII.
Henry VIII owned a number of churches, not to mention that he was also buried in one when he died of really bad leg ulcers. But in total he owned about 555 churches.
The exact number of churches were in England under the rule of King Henry VIII is unknown. It is known that he converted England from Roman Catholic to Anglican, and appointed himself the head of the Church of England.
he divorced 2. The rest died he divorced 2. The rest died
Henry VIII had Anne Boleyn, wife number 2 and the mother of Elizabeth I, executed on false charges of treason because she could not give him the desired son. He had Catherine Howard, wife number 5 and cousin of Anne Boleyn, executed for her several affairs.
VIII mean the eighth in Roman numerals. Henry the Eighth
King Henry got divorced a number of times. He got divorced, I think twice he divorced. The riddle of King Henry VIII wives are: Divorced, beheaded, died Divorced beheaded, survived
There was no Cleopatra VIII.
8 - VIII VIII VIII (V=5 + I=1 (3 times))
Nothing. If it's supposed to refer to a number, like Eight, it is written as VIII, not IIIV.
Axel, "The Flurry of Dancing Flames", is known as no. VIII (8) in the Organization.
In roman numerals, 108 would be CVIII. C for one hundred and VIII for eight.