Q: What is the medieval roman number for 400?

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400 = CD

CD = 400

In medieval times, G in the Roman alphabet (along with P) stood for 400. Today, however, G is not recognized as an important roman numeral and therefore not used.

CD = -100+500 = 400

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XL=400 * * * * * No. XL is the Roman number 40. 400 is CD.

400 = CD

CD = 400

In medieval times, G in the Roman alphabet (along with P) stood for 400. Today, however, G is not recognized as an important roman numeral and therefore not used.

cdxc 400+90

CD = -100+500 = 400

The roman numerals "CD" represent the number 400. It is formed by combining the symbols for 100 (C) and 500 (D) with a subtraction rule, resulting in a value of 500 - 100 = 400.

CD is the Roman numeral for 400.

There were no medieval Roman kings because Rome fell in 410 AD which started the medieval period of history.

Yes, roman numerals were used in medieval times.

CD is 400 and IV is 4. CDIV is 404.