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Q: In roman numerals Which is greater DCC of LXX?

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The Roman numeral for seventy is LXX.

The number "70".

Lx lxx

Seven tens or 70 is written LXX in Roman numerals.

5,070 = (v)lxx = 1000*5+70

XXXLL=XXXC=LXX (70)

If you mean: LXX times X then it is DCC which is the equivalent of 70*10 = 700

70=lxx 79=lxxix Note: the Roman Numerals should be written in Capital Letters.

In today's terms 402,070 = (CDII)LXX in Roman numerals

It is:- (LXX)DCCCX which means 1000*70+810 = 70,810

Exactly as in the question 70 but if you mean in Roman numerals then it is LXX

LXX = 70LXX is 70. L is 50, and X is 10, so 50 + 10 + 10 = 70.

It is: (LXX)CCL which means 1000*75+200+50 = 75,250

roman numerals for 70 is LXX L = 50 X = 10

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70,055. In Roman Numerals, that would be (LXX)LV with a bar over the letters in parentheses.

Roman numeral for: 900=CM 70=LXX 8=VIII Therefore: 978= CMLXXVIII

LXX LXX LXX

L-X-X. It's Roman Numerals for 70.

Roman numerals do not permit the use of fractions. However, 70/100ths would probably be notated as LXX / C

The Roman numerals are: XXX, XL, L, LX, LXX, LXXX, XC, C.

XL is 40, L is 50, LX is 60, LXX is 70, LXXX is 80

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