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**The Roman numeral for one million is the letter M with a horizontal line across the top.** This line, which is rarely used, indicates that the number should be multiplied by 1,000. Since the letter M represents 1,000, M plus the line represents 1,000 multiplied by 1,000.

Romans used a set of letters to represent numbers. In addition to M, the following letters were used:

- I: 1
- V: 5
- X: 10
- L: 50
- C: 100
- D: 500

Letters were combined to make other numbers, for example, LX represents 50 plus 10, or 60. Letters that are listed after a letter representing a larger number are added, while those that come before a larger number are subtracted. For example, VI represents 6, and IV represents 4.

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## What is every Roman numeral from 1 to 1,000?

A:Counting from 1 to 1,000 using Roman numerals requires the use of seven different symbols: I, V, X, L, C, D and M. Numbers are formed by combining the symbols in various ways. Symbols that occur in sequence are added together. No more than three of the same symbol ever occurs in a row, and the symbols V and L never occur together.

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## What is the Roman numeral for 6?

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Full Answer >**The Roman numeral for 6 is VI, where V represents 5 and I is 1.**When a symbol of lower value appears after a larger-value symbol, the values are added to get the corresponding Arabic number. In this case, VI is 5 plus 1, or 6.Filed Under: - Q:
## What is the Roman numeral for 15?

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Full Answer >**The number 15 is written as XV in Roman numerals.**The symbol X stands for ten while the symbol V stands for five. The symbol for the smaller number must be written after the symbol for the larger number.Filed Under: - Q:
## What is the Roman numeral for "2"?

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Full Answer >**The Roman numeral equivalent of the number two is II.**The Roman numeral system uses letters and combinations of letters to represent numbers. Since the Roman numeral for one is "I," the number two is written "II."Filed Under: