What Is 1000000 in Roman Numerals?

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1000000, that is, a million, in Roman numerals is written as 'M'. Roman numerals were the standard numbering system of arithmetic, in Europe and Ancient Rome, until about 900 AD, when the Arabic numbering System came into use. Until after 1000AD, the concept of 'Zero' did not exist in Europe and therefore there was no Roman numeral symbol for it.
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1000000 = M with a bar over it. M = 1000, the bar multiplies the M by 1000 (1000 x 1000 = 1000000)
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Standard Roman numerals max out at 4999. To write 1,000,000, you would use the
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Simply said, the Romans invented roman numerals. They were invented in ancient Rome in the middle ages. Many believe they were adapted from Etruscan numerals. Look here for more information
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Larger numbers were indicated by putting a horizontal line over them, which meant to multiply the number by 1,000. It would be C with a line over top.
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