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# Roman Numeral 151 to 200

Roman Numeral 150 to 200:

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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 = 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.)

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”161″
The roman numeral CLXI corresponds to the Arabic number 161.
How to read and how to write CLXI
If number CLXI is within to text or sentence it should be read in its equivalent in Arabic numbers, in this case CLXI = (100+ 50+10+1) = 161.

Roman numerals”171″
The roman numeral CLXXI corresponds to the Arabic number 171.
How to read and how to write CLXXI
If number CLXXI is within to text or sentence it should be read in its equivalent in Arabic numbers, in this case CLXXI = (100+ 50+10+10+1) = 171.

Roman numerals”181″
The roman numeral CLXXXI corresponds to the Arabic number 181.
How to read and how to write CLXXXI
If number CLXXXI is within to text or sentence it should be read in its equivalent in Arabic numbers, in this case CLXXXI = (100+ 50+10+10+10+1) = 181.

 CLI 151 CLXI 161 CLXXI 171 CLXXXI 181 CXCI 191 CLII 152 CLXII 162 CLXXII 172 CLXXXII 182 CXCII 192 CLIII 153 CLXIII 163 CLXXIII 173 CLXXXIII 183 CXCIII 193 CLIV 154 CLXIV 164 CLXXIV 174 CLXXXIV 184 CXCIV 194 CLV 155 CLXV 165 CLXXV 175 CLXXXV 185 CXCV 195 CLVI 156 CLXVI 166 CLXXVI 176 CLXXXVI 186 CXCVI 196 CLVII 157 CLXVII 167 CLXXVII 177 CLXXXVII 187 CXCVII 197 CLVIII 158 CLXVIII 168 CLXXVIII 178 CLXXXVIII 188 CXCVIII 198 CLIX 159 CLXIX 169 CLXXIX 179 CLXXXIX 189 CXCIX 199 CLX 160 CLXX 170 CLXXX 180 CXC 190 CC 200