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1. Which of the following numbers is different from the others?
Correct Answer: B
2. Which of the numbers below is the smallest?
Correct Answer: D
3. Which of the following Roman numbers is NOT written correctly?
Correct Answer: B
4. Which of the following number does the Roman number DCCIX correspond?
Correct Answer: C
5. How is the number 2847 written in Roman symbols?
Correct Answer: A
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