Q: In a question about Roman Numerals does standard form mean Arabic Numerals?

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Exactly as in the question and in todays notation of Roman numerals they represent the Hindu-Arabic numerals of 1939

Exactly as in the question and they represent the Hindu-Arabic numerals of 2122

Expressed in Arabic numerals, this is equal to 179.

In Arabic numerals, it is 616. In Roman numerals, it is DCXVI.

The Roman numerals of XXVIII are the equivalent of 28 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

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MCMCV in Roman numerals is equivalent to 2005 in standard Arabic numerals.

Exactly as in the question and in todays notation of Roman numerals they represent the Hindu-Arabic numerals of 1939

Exactly as in the question and they represent the Hindu-Arabic numerals of 2122

Expressed in Arabic numerals, this is equal to 179.

In Arabic numerals, it is 616. In Roman numerals, it is DCXVI.

Exactly as in the question CCCLXXVI and they represent the Hindu-Arabic numerals of 376

The equivalent Arabic numerals of the Roman numerals CC are 200

The Roman numerals of XXVIII are the equivalent of 28 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

dcccxiii in Roman numerals is equivalent to 813 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

The Roman numerals for 64 are ILXV (65-1) or LXIIII (64) and they are not LXIV. So your question is: What is the cube root of LXIIII in Arabic numerals? The answer is 4 which is IIII or IV in Roman numerals.

Exactly as in the question and they represent 1910 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

Exactly as in the question 978 which is CMLXXVIII in Roman numerals