Q: What does cx mean in roman numerals?

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It is: CX = 110

CX is equivalent to 110. C=100 X=10

the equivalent of 110 in roman numeral is cx

The Roman numerals given are invalid because they are not arranged properly but if you mean: CX, LVII and CXXII then they are 110, 57 and 122 respectively

CX (100+10=110)

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It is: CX = 110

CX is equivalent to 110. C=100 X=10

the equivalent of 110 in roman numeral is cx

The Roman numerals given are invalid because they are not arranged properly but if you mean: CX, LVII and CXXII then they are 110, 57 and 122 respectively

CX (100+10=110)

It is the equivalent of CX which means 110

There are 3 of those numerals and they are: x,x1,x11,cx

They are Roman numerals for 109 and 110 so the next numerals are cxi which equals 111

(xxxvii)cx = 1000*37+100+10 = 37,110

It is: (VIII)CX which means 1000*8+110 = 8110

It is (CX)CI meaning 1,000*110+101 = 110,101

It is: (CX)CCCLXXIII which means 1000*110+300+70+3 = 110,373