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Roman Numeral 100 to 150

Roman Numeral 100 to 150:
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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 = 17, 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.)

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”111″
The roman numeral CXI corresponds to the Arabic number 111.
How to read and how to write CXI
If number CXI is within to text or sentence it should be read in its equivalent in Arabic numbers, in this case CXI = (100+ 10+1) = 111.

Roman numerals”131″
The roman numeral CXXXI corresponds to the Arabic number 131.
How to read and how to write CXXXI
If number CXXXI is within to text or sentence it should be read in its equivalent in Arabic numbers, in this case CXXXI = (100+ 10+10+10+1) = 131.

Roman numerals”150″
The roman numeral CL corresponds to the Arabic number 150.
How to read and how to write CL
If number CL is within to text or sentence it should be read in its equivalent in Arabic numbers, in this case CL= (100 + 50) = 150.

 CI 101 CXI 111 CXXI 121 CXXXI 131 CXLI 141 CII 102 CXII 112 CXXII 122 CXXXII 132 CXLII 142 CIII 103 CXIII 113 CXXIII 123 CXXXIII 133 CXLIII 143 CIV 104 CXIV 114 CXXIV 124 CXXXIV 134 CXLIV 144 CV 105 CXV 115 CXXV 125 CXXXV 135 CXLV 145 CVI 106 CXVI 116 CXXVI 126 CXXXVI 136 CXLVI 146 CVII 107 CXVII 117 CXXVII 127 CXXXVII 137 CXLVII 147 CVIII 108 CXVIII 118 CXXVIII 128 CXXXVIII 138 CXLVIII 148 CIX 109 CXIX 119 CXXIX 129 CXXXIX 139 CXLIX 149 CX 110 CXX 120 CXXX 130 CXL 140 CL 150