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# What is the sum of 1999 and 2014 added together in two different ways entirely in Roman numerals with explanations?

Updated: 11/4/2022

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MIM + MMXIV = MMMXIII or

MMCXCIX + MMXIII = MMMXIII

There is only one way to write the solution (3013)

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