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Because the modern rules now governing the Roman numeral system stipulates that 49 in Roman numerals is XLIX but the ancient Romans would have worked it out on an abacus counting device as XXXXVIIII and then probably abridged it to IL (50-1)

Q: Why isn't 49 represented by IL in roman numerals?

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The number 49 is represented by the Roman numeral XLIX

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

To determine 46 in Roman numerals, you have to subtract 1 (represented by I) from 50 (represented by L) which gives you 49 (XLIX). Then, add 1 (I) to get 50 (L), resulting in XLIX + I = 50 (L). Therefore, 46 in Roman numerals is XLVI.

49 = XLIX

it's XLIX.49 = XLIX

Technically it would be 49, but that is not the way 49 would be written in Roman numerals. It would be stated "IL".

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XLVIIII = 49

IL is equal to 49 in Roman numerals because 49 can be XXXXVIIII (4*10+9) or IL (-1+50) and not XLIX

XLVIV = 49

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