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"Dose" is a measured portion of a medicine. In the context of medication, number probably refers to an anaesthetic (something that numbs) rather than a mathematical concept. I have, consulted medical colleagues and none of them know what dose v of an anaesthetic means.

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V comes after IV. ( IV means V minus I or the number before V.)

Yes. V = 5 and IV is interpreted as the number before 5 ( 4 ).

It can be MMMMM or (V) which means 1,000*5 = 5,000

IV represents the number 4. In Roman numerals the 'V' represents the number 5. An 'I' before it 'means one less than 5' and an 'I' after means 'one more than 5'. 'I' Represents the number one. Hence: IV = 4 V = 5 VI = 6

X = 10 V = 5 I = 1 I before V means minus so is 5 - 1 = 4 then 10 + 4 = 14 answer

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V comes after IV. ( IV means V minus I or the number before V.)

It means the number 5 like v+7=12

Yes. V = 5 and IV is interpreted as the number before 5 ( 4 ).

In physics, it means the horizontal velocity.

It can be MMMMM or (V) which means 1,000*5 = 5,000

A V with a bar over it: _ V (The bar means multiply by 1000.) Or do as the Romans often did: write it as MMMMM

The answer in number 8 as sideways 8 means "INFINITE" and half 8 means 0

IV represents the number 4. In Roman numerals the 'V' represents the number 5. An 'I' before it 'means one less than 5' and an 'I' after means 'one more than 5'. 'I' Represents the number one. Hence: IV = 4 V = 5 VI = 6

x = 10 v = 5 i = 1 'i' before 'v' means 4 so it's 10 and 4, also known as 14

X = 10 V = 5 I = 1 I before V means minus so is 5 - 1 = 4 then 10 + 4 = 14 answer

IV is the Roman Numeral for the number 4.4When reading Roman numerals I before V means subtract 1 from 5.

It refers to a Bible verse. St John is the book, Ch is the Chapter number, and v.3 means verse 3. In this instance, the Chapter number is missing.