Which of the following statements is false with respect to the values used to represent Roman Numbers?

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Which of the following statements is false with respect to the values used to represent Roman Numbers?

i. The alphabet M is used to represent the numeric value of 1000
ii. The alphabet I is used to represent the numeric value of 1
iii. The alphabet C is used to represent the numeric value of 100
iv. The alphabet L is used to represent the numeric value of 50
e. All of them are true
f. All of them are false
g. Only i and ii are true
h. Only ii and iii are true
i. Only i and iv are true

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Default Asked on December 5, 2017 in GMAT.
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    I’m trying to solve your problem, Please let me know it is correct or not.

    Your question was – Which of the following statements is false with respect to the values used to represent Roman Numbers?

    According to your question, Correct answer is:  a

    Question Explanation:

    According to the rules established for writing the roman numbers,
    Letter I represents a value of 1
    Letter V represents a value of 5
    Letter X represents a value of 10
    Letter L represents a value of 50
    Letter C represents a value of 100
    Letter D represents a value of 500
    Letter M represents a value of 1000
    Hence, the correct answer is option a

    Thanks. Please let me know it is correct or not.

    Brong Answered on December 5, 2017.
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