**Roman Numerals**

In mathematics, there are many ways to present the numbers. Roman numbers are one of them. In this system, they use symbols in a system of numerical notation based on the ancient Roman system. Moreover, this system helps us to write numbers using fewer words or numbers such as 1000 can be simply be written as M. So, in this topic, you will learn about the roman numbers and various other topics related to roman numerals.

It is a system of numerical notation that is based on the ancient Roman system. For example, for numbers like 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 1000 the symbols are I, V, X, C, D, and M, respectively. Moreover, in this system the symbol appears after another of equal or greater value adds its values such as II = 2 and LX = 60.

Furthermore, a symbol which appear before one of greater value subtracts its value such as IV = 4, XL = 40, CD = 400. We can read these symbols as one less than five, ten less than fifty, and a hundred less than five hundred, respectively. Besides, a bar that appears over a number multiplies its value by 1000.

**Roman Numbers 1 to 100 Chart**

The chart of 1 to 100 roman numbers is as follows:

Number |
Roman Numbers |

1 | I |

2 | II |

3 | III |

4 | IV |

5 | V |

6 | VI |

7 | VII |

8 | VIII |

9 | IX |

10 | X |

11 | XI |

12 | XII |

13 | XIII |

14 | XIV |

15 | XV |

16 | XVI |

17 | XVII |

18 | XVIII |

19 | XIX |

20 | XX |

21 | XXI |

22 | XXII |

23 | XXIII |

24 | XXIV |

25 | XXV |

26 | XXVI |

27 | XXVII |

28 | XXVIII |

29 | XXIX |

30 | XXX |

31 | XXXI |

32 | XXXII |

33 | XXXIII |

34 | XXXIV |

35 | XXXV |

36 | XXXVI |

37 | XXXVII |

38 | XXXVIII |

39 | XXXIX |

40 | XL |

41 | XLI |

42 | XLII |

43 | XLIII |

44 | XLIV |

45 | XLV |

46 | XLVI |

47 | XLVII |

48 | XLVIII |

49 | XLIX |

50 | L |

51 | LI |

52 | LII |

53 | LIII |

54 | LIV |

55 | LV |

56 | LVI |

57 | LVII |

58 | LVIII |

59 | LIX |

60 | LX |

61 | LXI |

62 | LXII |

63 | LXIII |

64 | LXIV |

65 | LXV |

66 | LXVI |

67 | LXVII |

68 | LXVIII |

69 | LXIX |

70 | LXX |

71 | LXXI |

72 | LXXII |

73 | LXXIII |

74 | LXXIV |

75 | LXXV |

76 | LXXVI |

77 | LXXVII |

78 | LXXVIII |

79 | LXXIX |

80 | LXXX |

81 | LXXXI |

82 | LXXXII |

83 | LXXXIII |

84 | LXXXIV |

85 | LXXXV |

86 | LXXXVI |

87 | LXXXVII |

88 | LXXXVIII |

89 | LXXXIX |

90 | XC |

91 | XCI |

92 | XCII |

93 | XCIII |

94 | XCIV |

95 | XCV |

96 | XCVI |

97 | XCVII |

98 | XCVIII |

99 | XCIX |

100 | C |

**Roman Numerals from 1 to 1000**

Numbers |
Roman Numbers |

1 |
I |

50 |
L |

100 |
C |

101 |
CI |

102 |
CII |

200 |
CC |

300 |
CCC |

400 |
CD |

500 |
D |

600 |
DC |

700 |
DCC |

800 |
DCCC |

900 |
CM |

1,000 |
M |

**Standard Form of Roman Numbers**

Essentially, the roman numbers are a decimal or “base 10” number system, in that the power of ten – thousands, hundreds, tens, and units. Moreover, we write them separately, from left to right in that order. Besides, in the absence of place keeping zeros, different symbols are used for each power of ten, although they use a common pattern for each of them.

**Read more about Numbers!**

- General Form of Numbers
- Forming the Number from Given Digits
- Comparing Numbers
- BODMAS Rule
- Operations on Numbers
- Estimation
- Maths Important Questions

**Solved Example for You**

**Q1: What is M in Roman Numerals?**

**A1: **The Roman system uses they use letters of the alphabet to represent numbers. Hence, in the Roman numbers system, the letter M means 1000.

**Q2: Convert 2026 to roman number?**

**A2:**

Serial Number |
Number |
Highest value |
Highest roman numeral |
Temporary result |

1 | 2026 | 1000 | M | M |

2 | 1026 | 1000 | M | MM |

3 | 26 | 10 | X | MMX |

5 | 16 | 10 | X | MMXX |

4 | 6 | 5 | V | MMXXV |

5 | 1 | 1 | I | MMXXVI |

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