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# What is 800 in roman numerals?

Updated: 12/19/2022

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### What is the REAL roman numeral for 800?

800- DCCC 800 is known as DCCC in roman numerals because the rule of roman numerals goes over three digits which means DCCCC is not 900 in roman numerals 900 is CM.

DCCC

DCCC = 800

800

DCCC = 800

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1800- MDCCC Why is MDCCC 1800 in roman numerals; because M represents 1000 in roman numerals and DCCC represents 800 in roman numerals, this is the correct answer.

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W existed in the "medieval roman numerals", they were different from the modern roman numerals we know and use today. W was 800, in modern roman numerals that would be DCCC.

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