Roman Numerals Chart
What is roman numerals? Roman numerals is the letters used by the Romans for the representation of cardinal numbers. Roman numerals consists of several basic symbol that can written in sequence. But, roman numerals only allow maximum three same symbols to be written together. Whenever the same symbol is written four times, it is replaced by subtracting it from the next higher number (for example 5,50,50,500). That way, IV is written instead of IIII (4), XL instead of XXXX (40), etc. And usually only one number is subtracted, not two. So 8 is always VIII and never IIX.
And learning roman numeral will be a little confusing. This chart will help you learn roman numerals. Once you learn how to convert numbers, you can exercise it and see the chart for your reference. In the chart, there are colors to differentiate number that is formed from basic symbols or formed from combination between symbols to follow addition or subtraction rules.
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