Q: What is September 15 1967 in roman numerals?

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September 15, 2010, in Roman numerals is written as XV-IX-MMX.

In today's modern version it is: January-XV-MCMLXVII or if you prefer I-XV-MCMLXVII

September 15 2008 can also be written as 09-15-2008 and the Roman numerlas for this date would be IX.XV.MMVIII

IX-XV-MMXI

XV is 15 in "roman" numerals.

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September 15, 2010, in Roman numerals is written as XV-IX-MMX.

In today's modern version it is: January-XV-MCMLXVII or if you prefer I-XV-MCMLXVII

September 15 2008 can also be written as 09-15-2008 and the Roman numerlas for this date would be IX.XV.MMVIII

IX-XV-MMXI

15 in Roman numerals is XV

XV is 15 in "roman" numerals.

As you asked this question on 15th September 2009, which can also be written as 15-09-2009, this date in Roman numerals would be XV.IX.MMIX

In todays modern usage of Roman numerals: IX-XV-MCMLXIX But the ancient Romans probably wrote out the equivalent of 1969 quite differently.

The number 15 in Roman numerals is XV

The date 08-15-1989 in Roman numerals would be VIII.XV.MCMLXXXIX

In Roman numerals 10-15-2015 are X-XV-MMXV

It is: 15 = XV