Roman Numeral for One Million?

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1 Million in Roman numerals is M with a bar over it. M is the Roman numeral for 1,000 and a bar over it means that it has been multiplied by 1,000. The horizontal bar can be placed over or under the M.
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The Roman numeral for 1,000,000 is CCCI. ChaCha!
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