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Q: How do you build a 9 digit numeral with 2 in the hundreds place 5 in the ten-thousands place 7 in the millions place 6 in the hundred-millions place and 3 in all other places?

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1600

15 hundreds = 1500

1500

10 00

4 millions fifty thousand is: 4,050,000

xc or m

Exactly as in the question 5,000,000

5,006,003

Nine hundreds or 900

54,096

Write a 10 digit numeral that has. 9 in the tenth place 3 in the milliions place 5 in the billions place 7 in the hundreds millions place 1 in the thousands place 6 in all other places

5,006,003

It's written as either 1500 or 1,500

The Roman Numeral for million is a capital M with a bar over it. NOT to be confused with their numeral for thousand which is only a capital M with no bar.

511.131

It is: (CC) which means 1000*200 = 200,000

The six digit numeral in question is 6352.24.

7 hundreds

Do you mean...? 27,036,251 ========

It's impossible unless you use like 1000 characters.

MMMM with an horizontal bar above each numeral to signify multiplication by one thousand. Therefore MMMM = 4000 but with an horizotal bar above each numeral its value changes to 4000000. Brackets can also be used to denote that a numeral is multiplied by 1000 so (MMMM), which denotes 4000 multiplied by 1000 would also equal 4,000,000.

If you mean: (540*100)+(9*10)+(6*1) then it is 54,096

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True.Just like the Hindu-Arabic numeral system that we use today the Roman numeral system is based on positional place value in its additional notation.For instance 2999 in additional notation is MMDCCCCLXXXXVIIII. The thousands are followed by the hundreds then the tens and then the units.