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# How Do You Write "1988" in Roman Numerals?

**In Roman numerals, the year 1988 is written as MCMLXXXVIII.** The number is formed by adding the values and symbols of Roman numerals together to reach the total numerical value.

In Roman numerals, I symbolizes 1, V symbolizes 5, X symbolizes 10, L symbolizes 50, C symbolizes 100, D symbolizes 500 and M symbolizes 1,000. In MCMLXXXVIII, the first M symbolizes a value of 1000. The CM symbolizes 900 by subtracting 100 from 1,000, as it involves a smaller number preceding a larger one. Added together, MCM is equal to 1900. The remaining Roman numerals add up to equal 88.

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