Q: Can you give us a list of Roman numerals from M to V?

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There is no such numeral as Y in Roman numerals

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The Latin language is still used today and Roman numerals are the numerical element of the languge. Roman numerals can be found on one dollar US bills in the form of MDCCLXXVI which means 1776

All libraries have books and movies that are often dated with Roman numerals. Also, many voluminous books number their chapters in RN.

For exactly the same reasons why numbers are stillimportant to us today.

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There is no such numeral as Y in Roman numerals

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

cos it can help us.....

The Latin language is still used today and Roman numerals are the numerical element of the languge. Roman numerals can be found on one dollar US bills in the form of MDCCLXXVI which means 1776

because Romans made it for us

Roman numerals! we use roman numeral clocks...etc. hope that helped!!

Yes as well as in other parts of the world.

It is the date of the US declaration of independence in roman numerals.

the Coliseum, roman numerals, the Senate and Republic, and Hadrian's Wall

All libraries have books and movies that are often dated with Roman numerals. Also, many voluminous books number their chapters in RN.

MCCLXXIII equals MCCLXXIII in Roman numerals. That is, it is already in Roman numerals. However, if you want to know what MCCLXXIII is in Arabic numerals, the ones most of us use today, here is the answer: It translates to 1,273. M=1000, C=100, L=50, X=10, I=1. Two numerals also used but not found in your example are D=500 and V=5.

You'll mostly spot them in plays, books, chemistry, and clocks.