Q: What is roman numeral LIX?

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LIX, or lix.

Under today's rules governing the Roman numeral system the equivalent of 59 in Roman numerals is notated as LIX. But during the Roman era 59 was notated as LVIIII which can be simplified to ILX (60-1) in written format.

No, 59: L=50 I=1 X=10 LIV is 54. No, these numerals are supposed to represent 59 but they should be written down as LVIIII (59) or ILX (60-1). Four IIII's is never used in Roman numerals, 59 is LIX.

MCMIX is the Roman numeral representation for the number 1959.

The Roman numerals in your question have the following numerical values...LIX = 59XLIX = 49So, LIX LIX-XLIX = 59 59-49

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LIX, or lix.

Under today's rules governing the Roman numeral system the equivalent of 59 in Roman numerals is notated as LIX. But during the Roman era 59 was notated as LVIIII which can be simplified to ILX (60-1) in written format.

FeLIX is the answer.. Fe = The symbol for iron in the periodic table LIX = The symbol for 59 in Roman Numeral

No, 59: L=50 I=1 X=10 LIV is 54. No, these numerals are supposed to represent 59 but they should be written down as LVIIII (59) or ILX (60-1). Four IIII's is never used in Roman numerals, 59 is LIX.

MCMIX is the Roman numeral representation for the number 1959.

The Roman numerals in your question have the following numerical values...LIX = 59XLIX = 49So, LIX LIX-XLIX = 59 59-49

In todays modern formation of Roman numerals 59 is LIX But the ancient Romans would have worked out the equivalent of59 as LVIIII and simplified it to ILX in written form which means 60-1 = 59

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59 = LIX

If you mean Roman Numerals it is LIX

Today we write it out as LIX but the Romans themselves would have probably wrote it out as ILX (-1+60 = 59) because the Latin word for 59 is "undesexaginta" which literally means one from sixty.