700 is the largest number with a Roman numeral, which is also a hexadecimal representation for a number with undisputed Roman numeral.

In the 2000s, it was also the prize for 4 correct final digits in the German lottery Spiel 77 in euros, but it has been increased to 777.

In Abjad numerals, it is written with the letter ḏāl.

In Greek numerals, it is written with the letter psi.

In Japanese, it is called “nanahyaku”.

As a coin denomination Edit

Unlike 100, 200, 500 or 1,000, it is not commonly used as a cash denomination, but there is a 700 euro cent commemorative coin in Luxembourg.[1][2]

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