Q: What is the Roman numeral for one?

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The roman numeral for one half is S.

The Roman Numeral is one (I) - Copper(I) Sulfate.

I:V::IV:___ I:Ix5:IV:____ I:V::IV:XX

The Roman Numeral M is equal to 1000 One Thousand

If you think to 1 (one) the Roman numeral is I.

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The roman numeral for one half is S.

The Roman Numeral is one (I) - Copper(I) Sulfate.

I:V::IV:___ I:Ix5:IV:____ I:V::IV:XX

If you think to 1 (one) the Roman numeral is I.

The Roman Numeral M is equal to 1000 One Thousand

The roman numeral XL represents the number 40.

There are no equivalents. Every number has only one Roman numeral to it.

M represents a thousand and the C one hundred, v a five and i for one. That is the roman numeral for 904.

This is not a roman numeral.

The Roman numeral C is equal to 100. It is the next one after L, 50.

The roman numeral for the number one can be written as I or i. On a keyboard, it is typed using the "I", not the "1".

M = 1000 in Roman Numerals