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# Roman Numerals List 1 to 1000

Hello friends, Today’s topic is Roman Numerals List 1 to 1000. But do you know “what is roman numerals?” and What are the rules of writing the Roman number? Let’s learn..

## What are Roman Numerals?

Roman numerals are a system of numbers that were first used in ancient Rome and continued to be widely used in Europe well into the Late Middle Ages. Now, this number system teaches also in Asia Schools. Combinations of Latin alphabetic letters serve as the representation of numbers in this system.

Roman numerals used the following seven symbols to write any number.

There is no zero(0) in the Roman system. An important difference between the decimal system and the Roman system is that the Roman system does not use place value.

## Rules of  writing the Roman numerals

Studying the following rules. They would help you to read and write numerals in the Roman system.

The rules of writing the Roman numerals are as follows:

Rules 1:  Numerals I, X, C and M can be repeated to represent a number. Repetition means addition, I, X,  and C can not be repeated more than, three times. Symbols V, L, D  are not repeated.

Thus, III = 3,  XXX = 30,  CCC = 300.

Rules 2:  A smaller numeral written to the right of a numeral of greater value is always added to the greater numerals.

Thus, VI = 5+ 1 = 6,  XV = 10 + 5 = 15,  LX = 50 + 10 = 60, CX = 100 + 10 = 110

Rules 3: A smaller numeral written to the left of a numeral of greater value is always subtracted from the greater numeral.

Thus, IV = 5 – 1 = 4, XL = 50 – 10 = 40,  XC = 100 – 10 = 90

Rules 4: When a smaller number is placed between two numerals of greater value, it is always obstructed from the greater numerals immediately following it.

Thus, XIV = 10 +(5 – 1) = 14,  XXIX = 10 + 10 + (10 – 1) = 29

• The symbol I can be subtracted from V and X.
• The symbol can be subtracted from L and C.
• The symbol can be subtracted from D and M.
• Symbols V, L, D are never subtracted.

1: I

2II

3: III

4: IV

5: V

6: VI

7: VII

8: VIII

9: IX

10: X

11: XI

12: XII

13: XIII

14: XIV

15: XV

16: XVI

17: XVII

18: XVIII

19: XIX

20: XX

21: XXI

22: XXII

23: XXIII

24: XXIV

25: XXV

26: XXVI

27: XXVII

28: XXVIII

29: XXIX

30: XXX

31: XXXI

32: XXXII

33: XXXIII

34: XXXIV

35: XXXV

36: XXXVI

37: XXXVII

38: XXXVIII

39: XXXIX

40: XL

41: XLI

42: XLII

43: XLIII

44: XLIV

45: XLV

46: XLVI

47: XLVII

48: XLVIII

49: XLIX

50: L

55: LV

60: LX

65: LXV

70: LXX

75: LXXV

60: LX

65: LXV

70: LXX

75: LXXV

80: LXXX

65: LXV

70: LXX

75: LXXV

80: LXXX

85: LXXXV

70: LXX

75: LXXV

80: LXXX

85: LXXXV

90: XC

75: LXXV

80: LXXX

85: LXXXV

90: XC

95: XCV

80: LXXX

85: LXXXV

90: XC

95: XCV

100: C

85: LXXXV

90: XC

95: XCV

100: C

105: CV

185: CLXXXV

290: CCXC

395: CCCXCV

500: D

605: DCV

285: CCLXXXV

390: CCCXC

495: CDXCV

600: DC

705: DCCV

385: CCCLXXXV

490: CDXC

595: DXCV

700: DCC

805: DCCCV

485: CDLXXXV

590: DXC

695: DCXCV

800: DCCC

905: CMV

585: DLXXXV

690: DCXC

795: DCCXCV

900: CM

1000: M

## Some Questions’ solutions of Roman Numerals

Ans:

1 = I

2 = II

3 = III

4 = IV

5 = V

6  = VI

7 =  VII

8 =  VIII

9 =  IX

10 =  X

11 =  XI

12 =  XII

13 =  XIII

14 =  XIV

15 =  XV

16 =  XVI

17 =  XVII

18 =  XVIII

19 =  XIX

20: = XX

21 =  XXI

22 =  XXII

23 =  XXIII

24 =  XXIV

25 =  XXV

26 =  XXVI

27 =  XXVII

28 =  XXVIII

29 =  XXIX

30 =  XXX

31 =  XXXI

32 =  XXXII

33 =  XXXIII

34 =  XXXIV

35 =  XXXV

36 =  XXXVI

37 =  XXXVII

38 =  XXXVIII

39 =  XXXIX

40 =  XL

41 =  XLI

42 = XLII

43 = XLIII

44 =  XLIV

45 = XLV

46 =  XLVI

47 =  XLVII

48 =  XLVIII

49 =  XLIX

50 =  L

51 = LI

52 = LII

53 = LIII

54 = LIV

55: LV

56 = LVI

57 = LVII

58 = LVIII

59 = LVIX

60 =  LX

65 =  LXV

70 =  LXX

75 =  LXXV

60 =  LX

65 =  LXV

70 =  LXX

75 =  LXXV

80 =  LXXX

85: LXXXV

90 =  XC

95 =  XCV

100 =  C

Ans:

II = 2
V = 5
IX = 9
VI  = 6
III = 3
I = 1

### 3. What’s the Roman numeral for 10000?

Ans:
Roman numeral for 10000 = X̅

### 4. What is the roman numeral for 100?

Ans:

The roman numeral for 100 = C

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