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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