What does the letter M stand for in Roman numerals?

Answer Roman numerals were established during the Middle Ages in western Europe, and the letter M represents 1,000. The M sometimes is written with parentheses or a line over it to multiply the number by ... Read More »

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How to Use Roman Numerals?

Roman Numerals are numbers in a system. Surely everyone knows that I is 1, II is 2, III is 3, and IV is 4, but do they know that V is 5, or that X is 10? If you don't know that and the numbers that... Read More »

How to Convert Roman Numerals?

Roman numerals is a system of numbers which uses the letters of the alphabet.[1] It is still occasionally used today, especially when representing years.

How to Convert Roman Numerals to 1,2,3s?

Roman numerals were the standard numbers used in Europe until the Arabic numbering system came to the forefront around 900 A.D. The Roman numeral system is comprised of seven characters -- letters ... Read More »

How to Decipher Roman Numerals?

Reading the number MMDCCLXVII would have been no problem for someone in Ancient Rome.