999 is IM Roman numerals = 1000-1
The greatest value two digit number in Roman numerals would be [MM] with a horizontal bar placed above it, which would represent the number 2 Billion. In generally used Roman numerals MM represents 2000.
88, rather nicely uses 8 characters in Roman numerals: LXXXVIII.
It is: 99 = LXXXXVIIII later changed to XCIX in the Middle Ages
The number 10 has a roman numeral of X. The number 50 has a roman numeral of L. These are the only 2 digit numbers with a single value.
The Roman numeral for 10 is X
Yes under today's rules governing the Roman numeral system XCIX is 99 But during the Roman era the equivalent of 99 was probably IC (100-1 = 99)
Yes, that is correct.
IV = ivy(4 in roman numerals).
The number 0 it was 'invented' centuries later.