Q: What are the Roman Numerals for 65?

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65

It is: 65 = LXV

LXV = 50+10+5

L=50, X=10 and V=5. So LXV=65.

Presumably you mean 4.7.65 in which case the answer is IV.VII.LXV

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65

It is: 65 = LXV

LXV

LXV = 50+10+5

L=50, X=10 and V=5. So LXV=65.

The Roman numerals for 64 are ILXV (65-1) or LXIIII (64) and they are not LXIV. So your question is: What is the cube root of LXIIII in Arabic numerals? The answer is 4 which is IIII or IV in Roman numerals.

Presumably you mean 4.7.65 in which case the answer is IV.VII.LXV

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The number is 65. L = 50 X = 10 V = 5

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Roman numerals were inspired by Etruscan numerals of which Roman numerals originated from.

It can be simplified to LV which is 55 because XLXV means -10+65 = 55