Q: What is 48 in Roman numbers?

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There are a total of seven Roman numerals which are: I - 1 V - 5 X - 10 L - 50 C - 100 D - 500 M - 1,000

An abacus is a counting device that uses beads on a table or string that represent numbers. The device is divided into columns, each column representing a multiple of 10 (x10, x100, x1000 etc.) and each column has 10 beads in it. This enables numbers to be formed by rearranging the beads, this means that simple and complex arithmetic can be performed on the abacus. The abacus was invented around 2,700-2,300 BCE, by the Sumerians (Mesopotamia) ; that makes the invention about 4,400 years old

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As Roman numerals xlviii or as XLVIII are equivalent to 48

Converting between Arabic and Roman Numbers we get that : roman numeral value for xlviii is 48 as xl =40 and viii=8.

XLVIII is the number 48 in Roman numerals.

The number 48 can be written in Roman numerals as XLVIII

Nowadays in accordance with the modern rules governing the Roman numeral system 48 when converted into Roman numerals is now XLVIII But the ancient Romans would have worked out that the equivalent of 48 is IIL (50-2) thus facilitating working out large numbers as follows:- (((XXD))) = 10*10*1000*[500-20] = 48,000,000

48 written in roman numeral is XLVIII. Thank you

It is: 48 = XLVIII

It is: 48 = XLVIII

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Numbers are 47 and 48

All numbers smaller than 48.