Q: How do you subtract 666 from 999 using Roman numerals?

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A beast numberImproved Answer:-666 = DCLXVI in Roman numerals

666 = DCLXVI

DCLXVI = 666

its 666

DCLXVI

DCLXVI (666) which was first correctly scribed by a WikiAnswers contributor who answered the question: What is 666 in Roman numerals?

DCLXVI (500+100+50+10+5+1 = 666)

42 = XLII 69 = LXIX 666 = DCLXVI Just google it.

6,666,666 = ((DC))(DCLXVI)DCLXVI in Roman numerals Numerals in double brackets indicate multiplication by ten thousand and numerals in single brackets indicate multiplication by a thousand other numerals are treated as normal. Hence:- ((DC)) = 10,000*600 = 6,000,000 (DCLXVI) = 1,000*666 = 666,000 DCLXVI = 666

it's 666, Roman same as the Roman Catholics believe that this is Anti-christ. Anti-christ is Catholic.

To add up 999 and 666 in Roman numerals, you convert each number to Roman numerals. 999 is written as CMXCIX and 666 is written as DCLXVI. Then, you simply add the two Roman numerals together, resulting in MDCLXV.

Notwithstanding todays modern conversion of 999 into Roman numerals which are CMXCIX inasmuch that the ancient Romans in all probability would have added together the equivalent of 666 and 999 in either of the following formats:-A: DCLXVI+IM = MDCLXV => 666+(1000-1) = 1665B: DCLXVI+DCCCCLXXXXVIIII = MDCLXV => 666+999 = 1665QED