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## What are the Roman Numerals?

Free Roman Numerals Worksheets.

Roman Numerals are numbers of ancient Roman Numeral System. These numbers are represented by the combinations of letters from the Latin Language.

### How can you learn Roman Numbers?

Roman Numbers are introduced in the national curriculum of Maths in the UK. So let’s learn these roman numerals, their uses. We have worksheets to practice roman numbers for year 4, year 5, and year 6. We also have a roman numeral converter and Roman number class display poster. Click here for **Free Worksheets of Roman Numerals.**

#### Symbols of Roman Numbers.

There are 7 Roman Numeral symbols. These are shown in the table below.

Symbols |
I |
V |
X |
L |
C |
D |
M |

Value |
1 |
5 |
10 |
50 |
100 |
500 |
1000 |

**Roman Number Symbols and Value.**

For example,They wrote V instead of 5, X instead of 10, and C instead of 100 and so on.

**What are the rules of Roman Numbers?**

Remember Romans Numbers have **No** Zero. You can go ahead without zero. As you see above there are 7 Roman symbols. We combine these symbols to make new numbers. e.g. **2** can be written in Roman Numbers by combining **I ** and** I** i.e. **2** in Roman Numbers is **II**. Similarly,** 4 **can be made by Combining **V** and **I **i.e** IV**. etc.

**Now Lets Learn the basic and easy rule of making Roman Numerals.**

When a symbol appears **after a larger** (or equal) symbol it is **added**

- Example: VII = V + II = 5 + 2 = 7
- Example: LXXX = L + X + X+X = 50 + 10 + 10 +10= 80.

When symbol appears **before a larger** symbol it is **subtracted**

- Example: IX= X − I = 10 − 1 = 9
- Example: 10 = XX − I = 20 − 1 = 19

Remember don`t use the same number more than 3 times like IIII can not be used to make 4.This rule is used to make large roman numerals.

**How to convert Roman Numerals?**

If you want to convert decimal number to any roman numerals break the number into Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones, and write down each in turn. Example

**Example: Convert 1975 to Roman Numbers.**

Break 1975 into 1000, 900, 70 and 5, then do each conversion

- 1000 = M
- 900 = CM
- 70 = LXX
- 5 = V

1000 + 900 + 70 + 5 = 1975, so **19754 = MCMLXXV**

### What are the Roman numerals 1 to 100?

Roman Numerals | Decimal Numbers |
---|---|

I | 1 |

II | 2 |

III | 3 |

IV | 4 |

V | 5 |

VI | 6 |

VII | 7 |

VIII | 8 |

IX | 9 |

X | 10 |

**Roman Numerals 1-10.**

Roman Numerals | Decimal Numbers |
---|---|

XI | 11 |

XII | 12 |

XIII | 13 |

XIV | 14 |

XV | 15 |

XVI | 16 |

XVII | 17 |

XVIII | 18 |

XIX | 19 |

XX | 20 |

**Roman Numerals 11-20**

Roman Numerals | Decimal Numbers |
---|---|

X | 10 |

XX | 20 |

XXX | 30 |

XL | 40 |

L | 50 |

LX | 60 |

LXX | 70 |

LXXX | 80 |

XC | 90 |

C | 100 |

**Roman Numerals up to 100**

### Roman Numeral Worksheets.

These worksheets cover the curriculum requirement of Year 4 and Year 5 in UK primary schools.

### Roman Numeral Display Poster.

why not download this FREE A4 Roman Number chart for display in any setting. his poster is used for UK teachers and has numbers 1 through 100 briefly then 500,1000 and 1500.

Free PDF to Download

### What are the uses of Roman Numerals?

Roman Numerals are not much in use in modern days. But its use in some ways also depicts very elegantly. We use them when designing clocks, sporting events, and monuments all over the world. Famous Big ben and the tower of London also use roman numerals.

Roman numerals are not only used for counting numbers of objects but also the order of people sharing the same name as King Henry VI, King Henry VII, etc.

Below are the link to enjoys Roman Numbers objects in daily life. Please keep it in mind amazon links are affiliate.

These are very practical examples for kids to use roman numerals in daily life.

Some useful resources for Roman Numbers are **here.**

BBC bitesize also have good resources .Click here