Q: What language has a letter m with a line over it?

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Since the highest letter is only M (1,000) you need to do multiplication to get to 100,000. When you put a horizontal line over a letter it multiplies it by 1,000 So what is 100,000/1,000? It's 100. So you need the letter C with a horizontal line over it. For 10,000, an X with the horizontal line. 2,000 can just be 2 regular M's and 99 is XCIX. Therefore 112,099 all together is CX(with the line over these 2 letters)MMXCIX

1,000,000 is represented by an M with a line over it: _ M

Yes, straight down the middle.

Greater Roman numerals are formed using two methods. Normally when writing a large Roman numeral such as 1,000,000 we would place a line over the letter "M". The line on top identifies the number needs to be multiplied by 1000. M with a line = 1000 x 1000 = 1,000,000. Now since we cannot place a line on top of a letter on a Computer, larger roman numerals are denoted with parentheses. (M) = 1000 x 1000 = 1,000,000

M with a line over it

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The letter "m" in Chinese is written as "m" and is pronounced as "mĒ." It is not a commonly used consonant sound in Chinese as the language does not have many words that start with the letter "m."

(M) or an M with a line over it.

You really can't, as I don't want to be here all day typing M's, but it would be M with a line over it (x9542) C with a line over it, D with a line over it, L with a line over it, X with a line over it (x48), CXXXV.

Since the highest letter is only M (1,000) you need to do multiplication to get to 100,000. When you put a horizontal line over a letter it multiplies it by 1,000 So what is 100,000/1,000? It's 100. So you need the letter C with a horizontal line over it. For 10,000, an X with the horizontal line. 2,000 can just be 2 regular M's and 99 is XCIX. Therefore 112,099 all together is CX(with the line over these 2 letters)MMXCIX

1,000,000 is represented by an M with a line over it: _ M

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There is no such word in the English language.

To sign "am" in American Sign Language (ASL), you can simply sign the letter "A" and then the letter "M" with your dominant hand. Hold the "M" handshape near your chest or slightly to the side.

Yes, straight down the middle.

Greater Roman numerals are formed using two methods. Normally when writing a large Roman numeral such as 1,000,000 we would place a line over the letter "M". The line on top identifies the number needs to be multiplied by 1000. M with a line = 1000 x 1000 = 1,000,000. Now since we cannot place a line on top of a letter on a Computer, larger roman numerals are denoted with parentheses. (M) = 1000 x 1000 = 1,000,000