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What number is represented by MCMDLXIV in roman numerals



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The series you gave does not work.

MCM = 1900
D=500
L=50
X=10
IV = 4

As you can see.

Steve Sample
York Community High School
Elmhurst, Illinois
ssample@elmhurst.k12.il.us



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