### RE: What do the lines on both the sides of a roman number and a bar on the op indicate?

What do the lines on both the sides of a roman number and a bar on the op indicate?

a. Multiplication by 100000

b. Multiplication by 100

c. Addition of 1000

d. Multiplication by 1000

e. None of the above

Thanks for your questions,

Your question was – **What do the lines on both the sides of a roman number and a bar on the op indicate?**

Your correct answer is- a

**Now read this explanation for more clarifications:**

Additional horizontal lines on each side of a roman number along with a bar on top of

that number imply hundreds of thousands. This means 100*100, which is equal to

100000.

Hence, the correct answer is option **a**.