# 2 definitions by **Diedon**

Roman numerals are numerals that replace the normal Arabic numerals. They use letters such as

I, V, X, L, C, D, and M. Each letter has a value and cannot be repeated more than 3 times. A bar over a roman numeral means it has been multiplied 1000 times so you don't have to write numbers that are like 20 numerals long.

I, V, X, L, C, D, and M. Each letter has a value and cannot be repeated more than 3 times. A bar over a roman numeral means it has been multiplied 1000 times so you don't have to write numbers that are like 20 numerals long.

by Diedon October 15, 2015

Roman numerals are a type of numerals that use the letters I, V, X, L, C,D, and M

They are used in ancient Rome way back before when Hindu Arabic numbers weren't even invented.

They are used in ancient Rome way back before when Hindu Arabic numbers weren't even invented.

by Diedon October 12, 2015