Q: Why is 99 the greatest two - digit number?

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Odd The answer is 99

Odd: it is 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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Yes under today's rules governing the Roman numeral system XCIX is 99 But during the Roman era the equivalent of 99 was probably IC (100-1 = 99)

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The answer is 99. When 99 is the greatest two-digit number that rounds to 100 when rounded to the nearest Ten.

It is 99 which is a composite number because it has more than two factors

99 is a two digit odd number

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Odd The answer is 99

Odd: it is 99.

10/99 = 0.1010... (repeating)

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

The greatest two-digit prime number is 97. The lowest two-digit prime number is 11. The product of the two numbers is equal to 1067.

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greatest two digit number is 99. smallest whole number is 0 there fore 99-0=99

Yes under today's rules governing the Roman numeral system XCIX is 99 But during the Roman era the equivalent of 99 was probably IC (100-1 = 99)