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What is XXXIX in roman numeral?

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It is 39.
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The Roman numeral XXXIX is the equivalent of the number 39. Thanks for ChaCha on!
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The Roman numeral for 1000 is M. There are many resources you can go to that have information on roman numerals. There are many uses for roman numerals such as when you are making
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1. Learn what each letter stands for: I is 1, V is 5, X is 10, L is 50, C is 100 and M is 1,000. 2. Add the numbers together if they are in decreasing value or are equal in value.
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