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In Europe, the Hindu-Arabic numerals gradually displaced the Roman numerals over a long period, from about 1000 AD to about 1500 AD. After that time, Roman numerals were no longer used in calculations.

Roman numerals remained in use in "official" contexts, such as dates on the foundation stones of buildings, up to very recently. They are also still used in the names of monarchs (Queen Elizabeth II, Louis XIV of France), and Popes (Pope Pius X).

Also the introductory pages of books are often labelled with Roman numerals.

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The number 947 in Roman numerals would be CMXLVII

The answer depends on how many more millennia they keep using Roman numerals!

MXC

A) Arabic numerals are in numbers whereas Roman numerals are in letters.B) Even if Roman numerals are in letters the symbols are easier to understand, despite the fact that Australians and Americans and most probably you write numbers using the system of Arabic numerals.C) The system of Roman numerals was invented before the system of Arabic numerals, but people use the system of Arabic numerals to write more frequently.

Advantages of using Roman numerals: In outlines, you can differentiate between indented subsections, giving more clarity to an outline. It is harder to misinterpret a number if the number is smudged in writing.Disadvantages: There is no "zero" in Roman numerals. They are much harder to add and subtract, especially in numbers greater than ten. The hindu-arabic numbering system is more succinct (for example, the year "1988" in Roman numerals is "MCMLXXXVIII". The largest number that can be expressed properly in Roman numerals is 3,999,999 as MMMCMXCIXCMXCIX (the bolded characters would have a line over them.

The roman numerals that represents the number 985 are : CMLXXXV. There are certain rules that must be followed when using roman numerals. Roman numerals are seldom used like they were about fifty or sixty years ago, it is not as common.

They were developed using a Roman system that worked out for pretty much all of the Romans

Hindu Arabic is the number we use like 1,2,3,4........ Roman numbers are the numbers Romans were using like I,II,III,IV,V.........Improved Answer:The main difference between Hindu-Arabic numerals and Roman numerals is the absence of a nought figure in the Roman numeral system.

Roman numerals gradually went out of general usage in the Middle Ages which was when the Hindu-Arabic numeral system was beginning to be used more often than the Roman numeral system.

Fibonacci introduced the Arabic number system to Europe in the thirteenth century (in the 1200s AD). At first the Europeans didn't take to the system, but later found it was much easier than using Roman numerals and the abacus.

1666 = mdclxvi

DCCLXIV (can also be DCCLXIIII).

The largest number you can write using Roman numerals without an overline at any symbol is 3999 (MMMCMXCIX), and the largest possible number is 3999999 (MMMCMXCIXCMXCIX, with an overline over the first nine letters.

It is done by using Roman numerals: VI = 6

In standard Roman numerals, there is no such number as "S", and using mixed-case characters (like "Cc") also does not represent anything. That is to say, SXCc is not a Roman numeral.

We don't have to write very long digits like in roman numerals to reach desired number

3.........III

MDC = 1600

Use roman numerals, 5 in roman numerals is V. Which can be made using two slanted lines.

We started Roman Numerals in about the year of 1389 AD I think.

You type roman numerals by using capital letters.

The advantages for using roman numerals is that it is good on analogue clocks and watches, and you use it for maths to teach children how to read roman numerals!! I hope that helps!! GOOD LUCK!! In whatever you are doing! * * * * * Except that if there never had been Roman numerals, there would be no need to teach children how to read Roman numerals!

It is almost impossible to do mathematical calculations using Roman numerals.

Convert from Roman numerals to Arabic numerals, add, convert back to Roman numerals.

1660 MCLX