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Q: What is the Roman numeral for one?

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The Roman Numeral is one (I) - Copper(I) Sulfate.

This is not a roman numeral.

The roman numeral for one half is S.

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Almost every number has a Roman Numeral exept that one number - 0. Zero cannot be represented by any Roman Numeral.

The roman numeral for 5 is V and 1 is I, since 6 is one more after 5 the roman numeral for 6 is VI.

If you think to 1 (one) the Roman numeral is I.

The Roman Numeral M is equal to 1000 One Thousand

There are no equivalents. Every number has only one Roman numeral to it.

Numeral uno means number one in Spanish. It also means roman numeral one in Spanish which is "I". Edit: "numeral uno" actually means "numeral one". But you probably meant to write "número uno" which means "number one". It does not mean roman numeral one.

The roman numeral XL represents the number 40.

I:V::IV:___ I:Ix5:IV:____ I:V::IV:XX

This is not a roman numeral.

The Roman numeral IV = 4 and the Roman numeral IX = 9

The roman numeral for the number one can be written as I or i. On a keyboard, it is typed using the "I", not the "1".

The Roman numeral C is equal to 100. It is the next one after L, 50.

MXCL in Roman Numeral is 19050 in figures.Improved Answer:-As a Roman numeral it is invalid.

I don't know. I've never seen a Roman numeral with more than one lesser numeral preceding a greater numeral, as in "...CCM...". If you remove one of the C's, MCMLXXVII is 1977.

M represents a thousand and the C one hundred, v a five and i for one. That is the roman numeral for 904.

M = 1000 in Roman Numerals

Unfortunately, the roman numeral 'Z' does not exist. ):

The Roman numeral for 1,000,000 is M with a bar over it. The M is the Roman numeral for 1,000 and the bar over it means it is multiplied by 1,000. (1,000 x 1,000 = 1,000,000 M (for 1000) is the largest unique Roman numeral. To make larger ones you draw a line over the numeral to signify it being multiplied by 1000. One million is 1000x1000, so it would be an M with a line above it. One million as a Roman numeral is: (M) which means 1,000*1,000 = 1,000,000

That is not a valid Roman numeral.

The Roman numeral D is 500. It is the next Roman numeral after C, 100.

The Roman numeral of I is equivalent to 1 = one