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Only 12% Of People Can Pass This Ancient Roman Math Test

How well do you remember your Roman numerals?

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226 Comments
Jana Thornton
Correct answers? We've asked oftem enough, is anybody listening?
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Oct 13, 2021 3:12PM
Ken Brown
Roman numerals are easier to pur into stone than Arabic numbers. Legend has it that Arabic numerals didn't came into vogue in Europe until after the fall of Moorish Spain. Al Gebar gave his name to both algebra and gibberish. E.g. Al Gebarish, Legend also has it that English Franciscans couldn't make out the Arabic texts, so they had jewish scholars translate for them. When asked what wa a zero, the Jewish scholars said "nothing".
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Oct 2, 2021 2:32PM
acks
And why not mention that * was meant to be for multiplication
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Sep 22, 2021 11:16PM
acks
And the reason you don't show the answers. Sometimes you do show the answers and many of us appreciate that much more. When you don't show answers, we really wonder if we had them right.
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Sep 22, 2021 11:14PM
Lynne Kraner
I know how to use roman numerals, but I would appreciate receiving the correct responses.
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Sep 13, 2021 6:54PM
Marianne
Ian Beveridge, you are absolutely right.
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Sep 13, 2021 3:07AM
Loyal Allen Wiens
No answers... No play!
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Sep 5, 2021 12:33AM
tbear
Picked each randomly, no idea what I was doing! I got an A+! WOW 😊👍
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Sep 2, 2021 11:50AM
Wyla Reedy
I like Roman Numerals. But there's no zero.
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Aug 31, 2021 2:46PM
Eve
I knew all the answers...this information stayed with me over the years for some reason and I really enjoyed playing. Wish there had been answers because it would be confirmation but I am confident that I did well.
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Aug 19, 2021 11:29AM
Elisa De la Pena
A+ I remember very well the Roman numerals. I assumed that * means multiplication. Not to brag, but I'm sure I got all correct answers.
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Aug 9, 2021 1:35AM
Bill Knott
Darlene Davidson, they used * to signify multiplication
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Jul 28, 2021 1:45PM
Darlene Davidson
A+. It was going well up until the end. What's up with the asterisks? Typical math question despite the use of Roman numerals which I remember learning from my father who drew them in the sand. He never drew any asterisks.
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Jul 19, 2021 6:00PM
carlettawelsh
Richard D. Boyle, I agree.
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Jul 12, 2021 5:20PM
vudu
A+ thoroughly enjoyed. Love working with roman numbers! challenging, but rewarding.
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Jul 10, 2021 2:34AM

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