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Roman Numerals:

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Roman numerals is the number system . This  numeric system is used in History.This number system is used in a ancient Rome and it written by combinations of letters from the Latin alphabet that signify values.In history time Roman numerals are expressed by letters of the alphabet and but today are rarely used in some special sector except for formality or variety. There are some of four basic Rules for reading Roman numerals.

 

Roman Numeral 1 to 50:
In Roman numeral some numeral are One or more letters placed after another letter of greater value increases the greater value by the amount of the smaller (XV = 15, XVI = 16, XVII = 117, or LXV = 65 ,LXVI = 66 ,LXVII = 67 etc.). In Roman numerals are letter repeated once or twice repeats its value that many times (XXX = 30, CC = 200, etc.).

A letter placed before another letter of greater value decreases the greater value by the amount of the smaller (V = 5, XL = 40, M = 100, etc.)

Roman Numerals Details :
The system is based on seven different symbols.This Seven symbols are……
Roman numerical system: I = 1, V = 5, X = 10, L = 50, C = 100, D = 500, M = 1,000.


Roman numerals XCI “91”
The roman numeral XCI corresponds to the Arabic number 91.
How to read and how to write XCI
If number XCI is within to text or sentence it should be read in its equivalent in Arabic numbers, in this case 91.

I1XI11XXI21XXXI31XLI41
I1XII12XXII22XXXII32XLII42
II2XIII13XXIII23XXXIII33XLII43
III3XIV14XXIV24XXXIV34XLIV44
IV4XV15XXV25XXXV35XLIV45
V5XVI16XXVI26XXXVI36XLVI46
VI6XVII17XXVII27XXXVII37XLVII47
VII7XVIII18XXVIII28XXXVIII38XLVIII48
VIII8XIX19XXIX29XXXIX39XLIX49
IX9XX20XXX30XL40L50
X10

 

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