Q. 113.7( 7 Votes )
Which of the following numbers in Roman numerals is incorrect?
A. LXXX is correct and represents 50+30 = 80
B. LXX is correct and represents 50+20 = 70
C. LX is correct and represents 50+10 = 60
D. LLX does not represent anything, because LL is not a valid roman numeral (C is used for 100 instead of LL)
Hence, D is incorrect.
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