Q: What is 5000 as a numeral form?

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The number 5000 can be represented by the numeral V with a horizontal bar placed above it or by the numeral [V]

The roman numeral for 5000 is MMMMM.

It is: (V) which means 1000*5 = 5000

5000 in Roman numerals is _V. 4000 is M_V.

(V) and (IV) respectively

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The number 5000 can be represented by the numeral V with a horizontal bar placed above it or by the numeral [V]

The roman numeral for 5000 is MMMMM.

It is: 5000 = (V) which means 1000*5 = 5000

It is: (V) which means 1000*5 = 5000

5000 in Roman numerals is _V. 4000 is M_V.

(V) and (IV) respectively

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.

A bar over a Roman numeral multiplies the base numeral by 1000. Example: V with a bar over it = 5000

(V) = 1000*5 = 5000

The roman numural for 5000 is acually a V with a line on top. The dash multiplies any no. by 1000.

Exactly as in the question but if you mean in Roman numerals then it is (V) which means 1000*5 = 5000

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