Roman Numeral Encoder

Just a test on your knowledge of roman numbers. Note: For values of 1k+, use parenthesis. E.g. 9000 = M(X)
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Last updated: March 17, 2020
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Arabian Number
Roman
49
XLIX
1101
MCI
6678
(V)MDCLXXVIII
62
LXII
12
XII
280
CCLXXX
Arabian Number
Roman
73
LXXIII
810
DCCCX
27
XXVII
190
CXC
561
DLXI
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Level 72
Mar 16, 2020
Can you please explain the 6000er one? If the (V)M means five times M, shouldn't it then be rather (VI)M?
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Level 71
Mar 17, 2020
Thanks for testing out my quiz, for that I have mentioned such cases in the description. For values more than 1k, use parenthesis. For example, (V) = 5 * 1000 = 5000
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Level 62
Mar 17, 2020
Welcome to the community!! Just a quick suggestion. The 73 Roman numeral you only have to put LXXII for it to count, which is incorrect as it would be 72. Maybe just a faulty type-in. Welcome again to JetPunk. We are glad to have you here! =)))

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Level 71
Mar 17, 2020
Alright thanks I'll fix that
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Level 51
Mar 19, 2020
Can you make a randomised version of this ? If you do , please send me the link ! I will be so greatful !
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Level 71
Mar 20, 2020
aight ill try
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Level 51
Mar 31, 2021
seriously how bad was my grammar last year lol
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Level 71
Mar 31, 2021
lmao
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Level 67
Apr 5, 2020
Wouldn't 49 be IL?
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Level 71
Apr 6, 2020
Nope subtractions only apply for the same place value when the action was performed from a 5, 50, 500, etc.

E.g. 50 = L, 40 = XL, 49 = XLIX (50 - 10 + 10 - 1)