# Question: How Do You Write CLX In Hindu Arabic?

## Why is Hindu Arabic number system superior?

The Hindu-Arabic system is base 10, positional, and uses zero as a number and a place-holder.

This simplifies basic arithmetic, especially multiplication.

Most of the other systems either lacked a place-holder (causing potential confusion with the numbers) or were not positional (making arithmetic hard)..

## What is CXL in Arabic numerals?

Roman and Arabic NumeralsRomanArabicRomanCXIX119CXLCXX120CXLI*CXXI121CXLIICXXII122CXLIII17 more rows

## What Roman numeral is 171?

CLXXIRoman Numerals: 171 = CLXXI.

## How do you write 180 in Roman numerals?

Roman Numerals: 180 = CLXXX.

## What is the Hindu Arabic of CM?

Roman numerals CM The Roman numeral CM corresponds to the Arabic number 900.

## What are the Arabic numbers 1 10?

Lesson 3: Numbers (1-10)واحد wahed. one.اثنين ethnein. two.ثلاثة thalatha. three.أربعة arba-a. four.خمسة khamsa. five.ستة sitta. six.سبعة sab-a. seven.ثمانية thamanya. eight.More items…

## How do you write CLX in Hindu Arabic numerals?

Roman Numerals: CLX = 160.

## What does CLX mean in Roman numerals?

CLX = 160. CLX = C (100) + L (50) + X (10) = 160.

## What is the Roman numeral of 170?

170 (number)← 169 170 171 →Factorization2 × 5 × 17Divisors1, 2, 5, 10, 17, 34, 85, 170Greek numeralΡΟ´Roman numeralCLXX8 more rows

## What is the Roman numeral of 200?

CCRoman Numerals: 200 = CC.