Why don’t we use Roman numerals anymore?

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Why don’t we use Roman numerals anymore?

It has no different categories of NUMBER system. So we are not using Roman Numerals in Mathematics. Merely it can be taken as a supplement to our Number System and its use is limited , viz Numbering of pages, Numbering of Appendix, Numbering of Chapters, lessons, Puzzle games etc.

Q. How did Romans write the date?

Roman dates were counted inclusively forward to the next one of three principal days within each month: Kalends (Kalendae or Kal.), the 1st day of each month. Nones (Nonae or Non.), the 7th day of full months and 5th day of hollow ones, 8 days—”nine” by Roman reckoning—before the Ides in every month.

Q. What’s the date in Roman numerals?

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Q. What is the Roman numeral of 49?

For example, in Roman numerals, 49 would be XLIX (50 – 10 = 40 and 10 – 1 = 9), not IL. Further, you can only place one smaller numeral in front of a larger one for subtractive purposes. For example, the correct way to write 8 is VIII, not IIX.

Q. What is MD in Roman numerals?

Convert Roman or Arabic: MD = 1500. MD = M (1000) + D (500) = 1500. 1 = I 5 = V 10 = X 100 = C 500 = D 1,000 = M.

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