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The numerals: V, L and D are only used once in a row The numerals: I, X, C and M are only used fourfold in a row

F is not used as a symbol in roman numeral system

The Romans had no symbol for the currently used number zero. During the middle ages monks, who still wrote in Latin and still used Roman numerals, introduced the symbol 'N' (abbrieviated from the Latin word Nullae) to represent zero.

64 in Roman numerals is LXIV

Zero, because the Romans had no numeral for it. However medieval monks, who wrote in Latin and used Roman numerals, introduced the symbol N (taken from the Latin Nullae meaning nothing) to represent zero.

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The numerals: V, L and D are only used once in a row The numerals: I, X, C and M are only used fourfold in a row

F is not used as a symbol in roman numeral system

The Romans had no symbol for the currently used number zero. During the middle ages monks, who still wrote in Latin and still used Roman numerals, introduced the symbol 'N' (abbrieviated from the Latin word Nullae) to represent zero.

64 in Roman numerals is LXIV

The symbols used for counting in math are called numbers, or numerals. They can be whole numbers, or fractions of parts of a number.

Zero, because the Romans had no numeral for it. However medieval monks, who wrote in Latin and used Roman numerals, introduced the symbol N (taken from the Latin Nullae meaning nothing) to represent zero.

They contain a zero symbol whereas Roman numerals do not contain a zero symbol because it's not needed

If it's Roman Numerals then the symbol is M

The symbols used for counting in math are called numbers, or numerals. They can be whole numbers, or fractions of parts of a number.

The lack of a zero symbol creates no problems with Roman numerals.

In Roman numerals, twelve is represented by the symbol "XII".

A zero symbol was used in some ancient numeral systems for positional place value purposes whereas the Roman numeral system didn't need a zero symbol because the positional place value of the numerals are self evident as for example DV is equivalent to 505.