## Roman Number 1 to 100Roman numerals originated and were used in The usage continued after the breaking down of the Roman Empire. Soon, it got replaced with All alphabets are not treated as Roman alphabets. Except for J, U, and W, all remained alphabet are treated as Roman Alphabet. ## Guidelines that Need to be Followed to Write the Roman NumeralSome rules must be followed to write the number in the Roman numeral form. Some of the rules are given below: - A symbol can be repeated a maximum of up to thrice. For example
I, it represents -1; it can be repeated a maximum of thrice, i.e., III. - The symbol's value gets added to itself the times' the symbol has been repeated. For example, 300 - CCC, 200 - CC
- Some symbols in the Roman Number system are never repeated, and the symbols are D, L, and V.
- There are symbols in the number system that are never used for subtraction purposes and are written before the greater value symbol.
- The symbol I can subtract from only V and X, respectively, and the X can subtract from L, M, and C only.
- When the symbol of lesser value comes before the greater value symbol, it will be subtracted. For example
IX = X - I = 9
## Common Roman Numerals1 - I 5 - V 10 - X 50 - L 100 - C 500 - D 1000 - M ## Roman Number From 1 to 100The roman number from 1 to 100 is given below.
## Conversion of Roman Numerals to Numbers
- VIII = 8 (V + III)
- LXX = 70 (50 + 10 + 10)
- MCC = 1200 (1000 + 100 +100)
IX = 9 (10 - 1= 9) CCM = 800 (1000- 100 - 100 = 800) ## Solved Examples
Solution: 78 = 70 + 8 = (50 + 20) (10 - 2) = LXX + VIII = LXXVIII Hence, 78 = LXXVIII
Answer: It is a four-digit number that breaks down into 3000, 500, 70, and 5. 3575= 3000 + 500 + 70 + 5 So 5 = V 70 = LXX 500 = D 3000 = MMM 3575 = MMM+ D+ LXX +V = MMMDLXXV
= 80
= 160
= M + XX +II = 1000 + 20 + 2 = 1022
= L +XXX = 50 + 30 = 80
= L + II = 50 + 2 = 52 = 1022- 80-52 = 1022-132 = 890
= 1000 + 1000 + 1000 = 3000
= 50 + 50 + 50 = 150
= 10 + 10 = 20 = 3000 + 150 + 20 = 3170 Next TopicRoman Numbers 1 to 50 |