Q: What does cm mean in romal number?

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1164

The word 'romal' originally came from the word "Roma-hel" (Jewish) , meaning "A Genius by birth" , or "someone who is naturally clever ;) "

Exactly as in the question but if you mean XXV multiplied by XXVI then it is DCL = 650

406 = CDVI

If you mean "feet", one foot = 30.48 cm. To convert feet to cm you can multiply by that number.

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1164

The word 'romal' originally came from the word "Roma-hel" (Jewish) , meaning "A Genius by birth" , or "someone who is naturally clever ;) "

Exactly as in the question but if you mean XXV multiplied by XXVI then it is DCL = 650

406 = CDVI

If you mean "feet", one foot = 30.48 cm. To convert feet to cm you can multiply by that number.

cm means centimetre, a metric measurement of distance, a hundredth of a metre.

36 27 I mean

VIII-XXVIII-MCMLXXXVI

Mean = 163.4/2.54 = 64.33 inches approx, and sd = 6.7/2.54 = 2.64 inches, approx.

shiekhul hind moulana mehmood hassan deobandi

It refers to some variable whose distribution has got some mean and the measure of its spread is a standradr deviation of 17 cm. If the distribution is Normal (or approximately so), then the interval from the mean measure minus 17 cm to the mean plus 17 cm will contain approx 68% of the total number of observations.