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for example a is numeral 1, b is numeral 2, c is 3, d is 4, e is 5 f is 6 and so on

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XXLII is not a Roman numeral as it does not conforms to the rules of writing numerals. If it were a numeral you might suppose that it would represent... (20 less than 50) + 2 which is of course 32 but the correct Roman numeral for 32 is XXXII

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