Q: What is the number for the roman numeral CCC?

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The Roman numeral for 300 is CCC

It is: 300 = CCC

It means: CCC = 100+100+100 = 300

CCC 100 + 100 + 100

Roman numeral MCCCXXII means 1322.M=1000 CCC=300 XX=20 II=2

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The Roman numeral for 300 is CCC

The number 300880 can be represented by the Roman numeral (CCC)DCCCLXXX

It is: 300 = CCC

It means: CCC = 100+100+100 = 300

It is: 300 = CCC

CCC 100 + 100 + 100

Roman numeralCCCXLVII = 347.CCC=300 XL=40V=5II=2

Roman numeral MCCCXXII means 1322.M=1000 CCC=300 XX=20 II=2

300 = ccc 10 = x 1 = i 311 = cccxi

CCD is not a Roman numeral. C is a Roman numeral which has a value of 100. D is also a Roman numeral which has a value of 500. However according to the rules of writing Roman numerals although a C can preceed a D, to represent 400, no number should be preceed by two or more numbers of lesser value. If CCD was a Roman numeral it would have a value of 300 but the correct Roman numeral for 300 is CCC.

The Roman numeral MCMXXV represents the number 1925.

CCCXCVII is already expressed in Roma n numeral. Its value is 397. CCC= 300 XC=90 VII=7