Q: Is there 2 ways to write roman numeral 4?

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Do you wish to know the Roman numeral for 2558? If so the answer is MMDLVIII.

The number 2 billion can be written as the Roman numeral [MM] with a horizontal bar above it (which I can't write with my keyboard).

It is the equivalent of 1/2+1/2 = 1 or I as a Roman numeral

1000 = m 50 = l 2 = ii 1052 = mlii

:~EImproved Answer:2.75 = IIS:. in Roman numerals because II = 2 and S:. = 9/12

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20 + 2 XX + II XXII

Do you wish to know the Roman numeral for 2558? If so the answer is MMDLVIII.

The number 2 billion can be written as the Roman numeral [MM] with a horizontal bar above it (which I can't write with my keyboard).

It is the equivalent of 1/2+1/2 = 1 or I as a Roman numeral

2 is not a Roman numeral. MM represents 2000.

1000 = m 50 = l 2 = ii 1052 = mlii

:~EImproved Answer:2.75 = IIS:. in Roman numerals because II = 2 and S:. = 9/12

Roman Numeral for 1=I 2=II 3=III 4=IV 5=V

Roman numeral for 47 = XLVIIXL= 40V=5II=2

XXIV 2 X's = 20 plus the IV = 4

The Roman numeral of S is equivalent to 1/2 or 0.5

There are 2 ways towrite it; MMMMMCDLXXXII ...OR... V(with a horizontal line over it)CDLXXXII. A horizontal line over a numeral multiplies it by 1,000. V is five, and with the line over it becomes 5,000