What Does C Stand for in Roman Numerals?

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C stands for centum, a Latin word for one hundred. Romans didn't have a character for zero, and that numeral assignment within a number can sometimes point out subtraction rather than addition. However the deduction rule means 90 is written as XC.
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M is 1,000. C stands for centum, the Latin word for 100. Like the word
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The Roman numeral for one hundred (100) is "C", which is where we get the word "century" from!
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CXL = 140.
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In Roman Numerals, C stands for 100. The Roman Numeral letter for 100 is where the slang name a C-note for a 100 dollar bill came from.
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