#### naterichster

##### Second Lieutenant

So seeing as there is this big count to 1 million thread, i thought we could do that same thing, but all in roman numerals. You know, a tribute to the Romans. Here is the key to follow.

one: I

five: V

ten: X

fifty: L

one hundred: C

five hundred: D

one thousand: M

a numeral can only be repeated 3 times (4 is not IIII, it is IV)

if a number is before a number of greater value, you subtract the first number from the second number (IX=9, 10-1=9)

you can only subtract a number from a number that is 10x greater than it or less.

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A bar over a number means to multiply by 1k (M= 1 million) ( the dots are for placement) (not including 1000)

ill start with I

one: I

five: V

ten: X

fifty: L

one hundred: C

five hundred: D

one thousand: M

a numeral can only be repeated 3 times (4 is not IIII, it is IV)

if a number is before a number of greater value, you subtract the first number from the second number (IX=9, 10-1=9)

you can only subtract a number from a number that is 10x greater than it or less.

............................................................._

A bar over a number means to multiply by 1k (M= 1 million) ( the dots are for placement) (not including 1000)

ill start with I

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