# LX roman numerals

Roman Numerals LX

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roman numeral LX in arabic numbers = 60

LX is Number

60

#### How to write LX in word Form

Sixty

The roman number LX in word form means Sixty which is written as 60 in arabic numeral. The question write LX in words can be solved easily using this converter.This is a simple translator

The number 60 is a positive whole number which can also be divisible by other numbers refered as it's factors or multiples. We get factors of 60 by finding numbers that can divide 60 without remainder or alternatively numbers that can multiply together to equal the whole number 60 being converted.

In considering numbers than can divide 60 without remainders. So we start with 1, then check 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, etc until we get 60

Getting factors is done by dividing 60 with numbers lower to it in value to find the one that will not leave remainder. Numbers that divide without remainders are the factors.

Factors are whole numbers or integers that are multiplied together to produce a given number. The integers or whole numbers multiplied are factors of the given number. If x multiplied by y = z then x and y are factors of z.

if for instance you want to find the factors of 20. You will have to find combination of numbers that when it is multiplied together will give 20. Example here is 5 and 4 because when you multiplied them, it will give you 20. so they are factors of the given number 20. Also 1 and 20, 2 and 10 are factors of 20 because 1 x 20 = 20 and 2 x 10 = 20. The factors of the given interger number 20 are 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20

Roman numerals are any of the symbols used in the numerical system of notation based on the ancient Roman system. The symbols are I=1, V=5, X=10, L=50, C=100, D=500, and M=1000. Roman numerals are mainly used today in the denotation of book chapters, title of each yearâ€™s Football League etc, and in time system to mark hours on clock faces

Roman numerals originates from the era of the Roman Empire, in the ancient Rome. It was a numeral system that was used in counting in the ancient Rome and remained the usual way of writing numbers throughout Europe and also into the Middle Ages and mordern days now. It is used in watch and clock calibration till date. Numbers are written with combinations of letters from the Latin alphabet.