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Roman numerals

Roman numerals

Arabic

Roman

1

I

2

II

3

III

4

IV

5

V

6

VI

7

VII

8

VIII

9

IX

10

X

11

XI

12

XII

13

XIII

14

XIV

15

XV

16

XVI

17

XVII

18

XVIII

19

XIX

20

XX

30

XXX

40

XL

50

L

60

LX

70

LXX

80

LXXX

90

XC

100

C

200

CC

300

CCC

400

CD

500

D

1000

M

5000

―V

10,000

―X

100,000

―C


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Arabic numerals

Arabic numerals any of the numerals 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Arabic numerals reached western Europe (replacing Roman numerals) through Arabia by about ad 1200 but probably originated in India.

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