Q: Which is the least repeated number numerals 0 to 99?

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The number 49 in Roman numerals is XLIX and the number 99 in Roman numerals is XCIX

99 = IC (-1+100) But today's conversion of 99 into Roman numerals is XCIX However, the Romans themselves would have probably wrote out the number 99 as LXXXXVIIII which then can be simplified to IC

In today' notation of Roman numerals it stands for 99 but during the Roman era the equivalent of 99 in Roman numerals would have probably been written out simply as IC (100-1 = 99)

In today's modern conversion it is XCIX although the Romans themselves would have probably wrote out 99 simply as IC (-1+100 = 99)

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Zero. It appears only 10 times, all the others 20 times.

The number 49 in Roman numerals is XLIX and the number 99 in Roman numerals is XCIX

99 = IC (-1+100) But today's conversion of 99 into Roman numerals is XCIX However, the Romans themselves would have probably wrote out the number 99 as LXXXXVIIII which then can be simplified to IC

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In today' notation of Roman numerals it stands for 99 but during the Roman era the equivalent of 99 in Roman numerals would have probably been written out simply as IC (100-1 = 99)

In today's modern conversion it is XCIX although the Romans themselves would have probably wrote out 99 simply as IC (-1+100 = 99)

.23 repeated as a fraction is 23/99

ICIX is not used; if it were that is 99 (IC) +9 (IX) = 108 which is not a 2 digit number 99 is the maximum two digit number; in Roman Numerals, that is XCIX

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XCIX is the modern standard for 99.