This continues the spirit of Mo-roman numerals started by humn
- What is/are the natural number(s) that has/have the most different representations in mo-Roman numerals and what is the number of representations in mo-Roman numerals where all the roman numerals are used once and only once?
- What is/are the natural number(s) that has/have the fewest (at least 1) representations in mo-Roman numerals where all the roman numerals are used once and only once?
An answer not containing an explanation is not a valid answer.
("Because the code I wrote said so" is not a valid answer. So no computers).
What is a mo-Roman numeral?
It's a number formed from Roman numerals but with more permissive rules.
Any roman numeral that has a larger numeral on his right side is subtracted, otherwise is added.
90 can be written in Roman numerals as
In Mo-roman numerals it can be written also as
$XCVVIXI = -10 + 100 - 5 - 5 - 1 + 10 + 1$
What are the roman numerals and their values?
$I = 1$
$V = 5$
$X = 10$
$L = 50$
$C = 100$
$D = 500$
$M = 1000$
Note: This is not meant to be a difficult puzzle. It is here to lure in more people to the mo-roman numerals questions.