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Vinculum 2017-01-27
From Dick:
What is the line or bar over a Roman Numeral called?

Eg. V with the bar over it representing 5,000 .

Answered by Penny Nom.
The writing of numerals 2007-02-23
From Abbas:
What is the reason to write the integral such that one as 1 two as 2 similarly three as 3 and vice versa
Answered by Penny Nom.
How can half of 12 be 7? 2006-11-16
From Liz:
How can half of 12 be 7?
Answered by Steve La Rocque, Chris Fisher and Penny Nom.
Half of five 2004-12-26
From Pauline:
Why is four half of Five? Hint: It's the middle half?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A bar over a Roman numeral 2000-06-21
From Charles Fontaine:
Is there any significance to the bar placed over some Roman numerals?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Roman Numerals 1999-09-13
From April:
Write MCDXCVII in arabic numbers
Answered by Penny Nom.
Roman Numerals 1999-04-29
From Michelle Jenkinson:
Someone proposed this question to me and I do not know the answer, so I was wondering if you could help. How, using Roman Numeral, did people add, subtract, multiply, and divide with no zero or negative numbers?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Number Systems 1998-10-07
From Frans:
What other number system are there besides the real number system and the complex number system?
Interested adult

Answered by Penny Nom.
Roman Numerals 1998-02-05
From Dawn Hilgenberg:
How would I read a Roman Numeral such as LXII? Does the L in front make the X equal a lesser amount? We have been discussing how to read these and I can find no information about how to read an extended Roman Numeral problem. Help!!
Answered by Harley Weston.
Roman Numerals 1997-10-31
From Mark Curts:
I am looking for some resources for teaching Roman Numerals. I would like to expand upon the basic concepts, by locating some addition, subtraction, multiplication or division problems written with Roman Numerals.

Mark Curts
Answered by Chris Fisher.




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