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*(we know it's questionble)*. Here is an example of some of those:

*Top 10 Magnificent Ancient Roman Architectures*.

Amphitheatre Nimes

Sure mathematical calculations were required to engineer buildings of such complexity, yet Roman Numerals are anything but user friendly. The decimal Hindu–Arabic numeral system with zero was developed in India by around AD 700. A distinctive West Arabic variant of the symbols begins to emerge around the 10th century.

And I'm not even talking about decimals, fractions, or anything of that nature. Here is an example of some "simple"

*calculations*using Roman Numerals.

- 746+124=870 [=] DCCXLVI+CXXIV=DCCCLXX
- 46×12=552 [=] XLVI×XII=DLII
- 78+36x42=1590 [=] LXXVIII+XXXVI×XLII=MDXC

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