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# What is the numeric for 1 and 38?

Updated: 8/17/2019 Wiki User

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The Roman numeral for 1 is I and the numeral for 38 is XXXVIII Wiki User

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Q: What is the numeric for 1 and 38?
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The reciprocal of 38 is 1/38 - expressed as a decimal, this is equal to 1/38 = 0.0263157894736842105 recurring (that is, 0.0263157894736842105263157894736842105...)

38 = 38/1

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38

38 = 1*38, 2*19

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