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Roman Numeral Calculator
This Demonstration is a basic four-function calculator for Roman numerals. Since Roman numerals do not have decimals, division drops the fractional part, so that 7÷3 gives 2 and II instead of 2.333….
Contributed by:
Mario Guzman
Additional contributions by:
Helmut Knaust
THINGS TO TRY
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Slider Zoom
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Automatic Animation
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Roman Numerals
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Mario Guzman
"
Roman Numeral Calculator
"
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/RomanNumeralCalculator/
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Published: April 19, 2013
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