## Roman Numbers 1 to 50Roman Number is one of the Now, it is used all over the world. It is a unique numeral system in which letters and numbers represent the positive Number. The usage continued after the breaking down of the Roman Empire. Soon, it got replaced with Arabic numerals; however, the transition phase remained slow. The common sight of Roman numbers is in the clock. The numbers 1 to 12 are written in Roman Form. ## Brief HistoryThe origination of the Roman Number system is deeply linked to ancient Rome and is closely associated with ## Roman LettersRoman Letters come out from ## Roman Numerals RulesSome rules need to be observed while writing the Roman Number, and the rules are given below: - Roman symbols like D, L, and V are not written twice or repeated.
- When the symbol is repeated, the value of the symbol gets added to itself.
- A symbol cannot be written more than thrice. Let's say, for example, C= 100, the roman symbol can be written repeated three times, and it is CCC= 300.
- Symbols like V, L, and D, are Roman numbers never used for subtraction and are not written before the greater value.
- The roman letter I can only be subtracted from X and V, and the symbol X can be subtracted from symbols like C, M, and L.
## Application of Roman Number- The Roman numbers are often used in denoting Classes in school. For example, Class I, Class II, Class III, and so on.
- Roman Numbers can be easily noticed on our watch dials.
- The Roman Number is also used for recreational activities. When symbols like IV, VI, IX, and XI are shown before the mirror, the images are seen as VI, IV, IX, and XI. Children find it very interesting.
- Children are very enthusiastic about forming the Roman Number with match sticks.
## Solve Examples
Number = 47 47 = 40 + 7 47 = XL + VII 47 = XLVII
2349 = 2000 + 300 + 40 + 9 2349 = MM + CCC + XL + IX 2349 = MMCCCXLIX Next TopicWhat is 0.04 as a Percentage |