# M Roman Numerals

M Roman Numerals in numbers is 1000. There are seven symbols (alphabets) used in the Roman Numeral system. They are I, V, X , L, C, D and M. They represent the numbers 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 respectively. Since M is the fundamental symbol for Roman numerals, it represents the number 1000. You can refer to the article on 1000 in Roman Numerals. Any other form of representing 1000 other than M is invalid in this system.

 Roman Numeral Number M 1000

## How to Write M Roman Numerals in Numbers?

M is the last fundamental symbol among the 7 Roman numerals. It represents the number 1000 of Indian and International Numeral systems. Hence, in the case of 1000, we do not need to express it as a sum of or difference of numbers to get 1000. We can just use M to represent the number 1000.

Therefore

M = 1000

1000 = M

## Frequently Asked Questions on M Roman Numerals

Q1

### How to write the Roman Numeral M in number?

Roman Numeral M is written as 1000 in number.
Q2

### Does 1000 have a symbol in Roman Numerals?

Yes. 1000 has the Roman Numeral that is represented as M
Q3

### Why is M used to represent 1000?

In the Latin language, the word for 1000 starts with M (Millie). Hence M represents 1000 in the Roman Numerals.