Roman Numeral Table |

1 |
I |
14 |
XIV |
27 |
XXVII |
150 |
CL |

2 |
II |
15 |
XV |
28 |
XXVIII |
200 |
CC |

3 |
III |
16 |
XVI |
29 |
XXIX |
300 |
CCC |

4 |
IV |
17 |
XVII |
30 |
XXX |
400 |
CD |

5 |
V |
18 |
XVIII |
31 |
XXX1 |
500 |
D |

6 |
VI |
19 |
XIX |
40 |
XL |
600 |
DC |

7 |
VII |
20 |
XX |
50 |
L |
700 |
DCC |

8 |
VIII |
21 |
XX1 |
60 |
LX |
800 |
DCCC |

9 |
IX |
22 |
XXII |
70 |
LXX |
900 |
CM |

10 |
X |
23 |
XXIII |
80 |
LXXX |
1000 |
M |

11 |
XI |
24 |
XXIV |
90 |
XC |
1600 |
MDC |

12 |
XII |
25 |
XXV |
100 |
C |
1700 |
MDCC |

13 |
XIII |
26 |
XXVI |
101 |
CI |
1900 |
MCM |

Unlike the Hindu-Arabic Numeral System, Roman Numeral System uses 7 basic symbols to represent different numbers. The symbols are as follows :

I = 1 V =5 X= 10

L = 50 C =100 D=500

M= 1000

1) If symbol is repeated then its value is added.

2)The symbols I,X,C and M can be repeated maximum 3 times.

3)The symbols V,L and D can never be repeated.

4)If a symbol with smaller value is written on right of greater value then smaller value is added to the greater one.

5)If a symbol with smaller value is written on left of greater value then smaller value is subtracted from the greater one.

b)395 ---> CCCXCV

c) 62 ---> LXII

b)DCC ----> 700

XXII = 22

CD = 400

XXII + CD = 22 +400

= 422

XLIV = 44

LIV = 54

∴ XLIV + LIV = 44 + 54

= 98

98 = XCVIII

DCC = 700

LXXXV = 85

∴DCC - LXXXV = 700 - 84

= 616

616 = DCXVI

• Roman number system

• International System of Numeration

• Rounding Numbers

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