# Anthony Roll

A superscript "c" means multiplication by one hundred (100), as in "iijc" (3 x 100 = 300), though this is occasionally also written as "ccc". A superscript "ml" means multiplication by a thousand (1000), as in "vmliijc" (5 x 1000 + (3 x 100) = 5,300). The number eighty (80) is written as "xx" (20) multiplied by "iiij" (4), the former on top of the latter, as in "${\displaystyle \scriptstyle {\frac {xx}{iiij}}}$". This can also included in more complex numbers such as "ixc${\displaystyle \scriptstyle {\frac {xx}{iiij}}}$ix" (9 x 100 + (4 x 20) + 9 = 989).