Q: What is 10000 in numerals?

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10000 in Roman numerals would be (X)

10000 in Roman numerals is simply X but with an horizontal bar above the numeral to signify multiplication by a thousand (10*1000 = 10000)

You'll find the possible answer in the question: What are the numbers from 1 to a 1000000 in Roman numerals?

(X) or X with a line above it

The number 10,000 can be written in Roman numerals as [X] or as X with a horizontal bar placed above it (which I can't write with this keyboard).

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10000 in Roman numerals would be (X)

10000 in Roman numerals is simply X but with an horizontal bar above the numeral to signify multiplication by a thousand (10*1000 = 10000)

You'll find the possible answer in the question: What are the numbers from 1 to a 1000000 in Roman numerals?

M=1000 eg: 2009 =MM1X this for Roman Numerals Metric system 1000Meters =1 kilometer

(X) or X with a line above it

The number 10,000 can be written in Roman numerals as [X] or as X with a horizontal bar placed above it (which I can't write with this keyboard).

It is in Roman numerals: (X) which means 1,000 times 10 = 10,000

(X) or X but with a bar above it to indicate multiplication by a thousand and numerals in brackets also indicate multiplication by a thousand.

In roman numerals 4000, 5000 and 10000 are IV, V and X respectively but with an horizontal bar above each numeral to signify multiplication by a thousand.

XMV: X= 10000 M= -1000 (Since it is before the V) V= +5000 14000

In today's terms 9999 would be noted as (IX)CMXCIX but the Romans themselves would have probably wrote it out simply as I(X) which reprsents -1+10000 = 9999 Numerals in brackets indicate multiplication by a thousand.

XCXI but with an horizontal bar above the first numeral X to indicate multiplication by a thousand (10000+100+10+1 = 10111)