Posted by: Pandora

## Roman Holiday - 12/30/12 06:56 PM

Some members of the Roman numerals below want to take a holiday, but they don't want to cause any of the equations to become untrue. Remove one line segment from each side of the equal sign so that the resulting equation remains true. (When you remove one line from a V or an X, you may rotate the remaining line slightly.)

-1. II x VII = XIV

-2. LIX = LXII - III

-3. VIII x IX = LXXII

-4. VII x IX = LI + XII

-5. VII x XI = LXXXV - VIII

-6. II x XXXI = XLV + XVII

-7. II x XIV = XXVI + II

-8. II x III x XVII = LX + XLII

-9. IV x XIX = LXXXI - V

-10. III x XXIX = XL + XLVII

-1. II x VII = XIV

-2. LIX = LXII - III

-3. VIII x IX = LXXII

-4. VII x IX = LI + XII

-5. VII x XI = LXXXV - VIII

-6. II x XXXI = XLV + XVII

-7. II x XIV = XXVI + II

-8. II x III x XVII = LX + XLII

-9. IV x XIX = LXXXI - V

-10. III x XXIX = XL + XLVII