Q: What does X LVIII mean in romen numerals?

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On Converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers ,we get : x in roman numerals is : 10

D/X = L which is the same as 500/10 = 50

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

Roman Numerals: I=1 V=5 X=10 L=50 C=100 Therefore: XXVI= 26 (XX=20, VI=5) CXLII=142 (C=100, XL=40, II=2) LVIII=58 (L=50, VIII=8) CV=105 (C=100, V=5)

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X = 10

On Converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers ,we get : x in roman numerals is : 10

It is: X-IX-MMXII

D/X = L which is the same as 500/10 = 50

94 X=10, C=100, I=1, V=5.

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

700 = DCC, 10 = X and 7 = VII, so 717 would be DCCXVII.

Roman Numerals: I=1 V=5 X=10 L=50 C=100 Therefore: XXVI= 26 (XX=20, VI=5) CXLII=142 (C=100, XL=40, II=2) LVIII=58 (L=50, VIII=8) CV=105 (C=100, V=5)

On Converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers ,we get : LX in roman numerals is : 60

You mean Roman numerals? X

May is the fifth month and would be V. The 10th is represented by X. And the year would be MCMDXVI. So it would normally be shown as V-X-MCMDXVI.

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