To correctly represent the number 5351 in Roman numerals while adhering to the standard rules of Roman numeral notation, we need to consider the specific symbols and their maximum allowable repetitions. The Roman numeral system uses the following basic symbols:

**I**for 1**V**for 5**X**for 10**L**for 50**C**for 100**D**for 500**M**for 1000

In this system, symbols are typically repeated up to three times to represent numbers. For numbers larger than 3000, a bar is placed over a symbol to indicate that it is multiplied by 1000. However, the standard Roman numeral system generally doesn’t have a standard way to represent numbers larger than 3999.

In the case of 5351, we encounter the challenge of representing 5000, as the traditional system doesn’t use a symbol for 5000. A common modern extension to represent such large numbers is to use a parenthesis around a symbol to indicate multiplication by 1000.

Using this extended system, we break down 5351 as follows:

**5000**can be represented as**(V)**.**300**is represented as**CCC**.**50**is represented as**L**.**1**is represented as**I**.

So, 5351 in extended Roman numerals is: **V̅CCCLI**.

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