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Q: What is the Hindu Arabic form of the numeral CMIV?

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Leave it as it is because it is already in the form of Hindu-Arabic numerals.

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XD is not in the standard form for a Roman numeral, but I would guess its value is 490. It should be written as CDXC

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We find the Hindu-Arabic numeral system in everyday usage in the form of: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and 9

The Hindu-Arabic numeral system is what we use today in the form of: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and 9 The Roman numeral system was used in the past in the form of: I V X L C D and M

Yes and it is now used world wide in the form of the Hindu-Arabic numeral system

Leave it as it is because it is already in the form of Hindu-Arabic numerals.

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Yes because they form the Hindu-Arabic numeral system that we use today in the form of 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and 9

XD is not in the standard form for a Roman numeral, but I would guess its value is 490. It should be written as CDXC

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One million in Hindu-Arabic numerals is simply 1,000,000. (these are the numbers we use today which replaced Roman numerals)One million in Roman numerals is M with a horizontal bar above the numeral to indicate multiplication by a thousand 1000*1000 = 1,000,000.

The Hindu-Arabic numeral system replaced the Roman numeral system during the Middle Ages because of its simplicity inasmuch it contained a zero symbol thus making counting and arithmetic a lot easier but Roman numerals are still used today as they form the numerical aspect of the Latin language which is still spoken today and once was the language of the ancient Romans.

MDCCCLXXIX which would be 5936Improved Answer:-The first given answer above is wrong because in todays modern notation of Roman numerals it is the equivalent of 1879 in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

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