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Q: What is the difference between Hindu-Arabic numerals and Roman numeral?

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the Hindu between Arabic numerals and Roman numeral is present in.the hundu is found in Arabic numerals.

hindu arabic is a letters and roman numerals is numbers

The difference of MXI and CDLV in Roman numerals is DLVI (1011-455 = 556)

In the Roman numeral system i,v,x,l,c,d,m are used and 1,5,10,50,100,500 and 1000 are used in hindu arabic numeral system.

The Roman numeral XIX the same as 19 in Arabic numerals.

Hindu-Arabic numerals: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and 9 Roman numerals: I V X L C D and M The main difference between the numeral systems is that the Hindu-Arabic system needs a zero symbol for positional place value purposes whereas the Roman system does not need a zero symbol because the values of its numerals are self evident.

This is not a roman numeral.

A zero symbol was used in some ancient numeral systems for positional place value purposes whereas the Roman numeral system didn't need a zero symbol because the positional place value of the numerals are self evident as for example DV is equivalent to 505.

LVIX in roman numerals is 59.

The numeral 1 is pretty much the same as I. And the higher values are on the left. Other than that, there isn't much.

It is not possible to answer the question since there is (or was) nothing that was known as a British numeral.

CXXXXV is not a correctly written Roman numeral. The individual numerals within it are real numerals but according to the rules of writing Roman numerals 'no numeral can be written more than three times in succession.' So, XXXX is not allowed. The numerals you have written add up to 145 and the correct Roman numeral for this is CXLV

There is no such numeral as Y in Roman numerals

The Roman numeral MCMXCIV represents the number 1994.

In the Hindu-Arabic numeral system it is essential for positional place value purposes as it tells us as for example that there is a difference between 27 and 207 but in the Roman numeral system it is not needed because the positional place value of its numerals are self evident.

XHM is not a Roman numeral. There is no Roman numeral with the symbol H and although there are numerals with the symbols X and M, X would never be placed before M in a numeral.

If you mean 217 minus 184 then as a Roman numeral the difference is XXXIII

Its itself a roman numeral. The common numeral for this is 1084

A numeral is the symbol or word that represents the number, while a number is the actual amount of the numeral.

The numeral 8 is an example of the Hindu-Arabic counting numerals. That is to say the numbers that we use today which replaced Roman numerals.

The given numerals are an invalid arrangement of Roman numerals and so therefore no equivalent Hindu-Arabic numeral is possible.

In todays notation of Roman numerals they represent 2748 in Hindu-Arabic numerals

The name Claudio cannot be formed from Roman numerals as, even if you replaced the letter 'u' with the numeral V, there is no Roman numeral with the symbol 'a.'

Roman numeral MCIV equals the Arabic numeral 1104.

what is the roman numeral MDLXIX as a Hindu-Arabic numeral

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