Roman numerals? So you have
1(24)(14).
This equals 336
In Roman numerals that's
CCCXXXVI.

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Answer #2 | 06/02 2014 19:50

I•XXIV•XIV
= CCCXXXVI

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Answer #3 | 06/02 2014 20:30

CCCXXXVI

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Answer #4 | 08/02 2014 01:16

I•XXIV•XIV
The I at the beginning is irrelevant.
XXIV•XIV
start distributing
XX*X+IV•X+XX*IV+IV*IV
X*X = C
X*I = X
X*V = L
CC+XL+XL+XL+V*V-V-V+I
VV = XXV
and the X's from the XXV will cancel with the X's in the XL terms leaving LL = C
CCCXLV-V-V+1
CCCXXXVI
no wonder there are no notable Roman mathematicians.

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Answer #5 | 07/02 2014 14:49

The sign (*) means to multiply.
I=1
XXIV=24
XIV=14
1*24*14=336
Therefore, it is CCCXXXVI
Hopefully, that helps you.
Hooah!

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