4th Class Mathematics Roman Numerals Rules to Write Roman Numerals

Rules to Write Roman Numerals

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Rules to Write Roman Numerals

Rule 1: If a symbol is repeated in a Roman Numeral, the value of the numeral is obtained by adding the value of the symbols. For example

II = 1 + 1 = 2, III = 1 + 1 + 1 = 3

Rule 2 : In a Roman numeral, if a symbol at the left having greater value than the symbol at the right, add the values of these two symbols. For example

VI = 5 + 1 = 6 ,  XI = 10 + 1 = 11

Find the value of the Roman numeral XV. Solution: Rule 3: In a Roman numeral, if a symbol at the right having greater value than the symbol at the left, difference of their value is the resulting value. For example   Find the value of the Roman numerals XL and CD. Solution: Rule 4: The symbols I, X, C and M can be repeated in a Roman numeral whereas V, L and D cannot be repeated. Note: No symbols can be repeated more than three times.   Is XXXX a valid Roman numeral for 40: Solution: A symbol cannot be repeated more than three times. Thus XXXX is not a valid Roman numeral. Rule 5: When a Roman symbol of smaller value is placed between two symbols of greater value, its value is subtracted from the value of the symbol to its right.   Find the value of the Roman numeral XIV. Solution;   Find the value of the Roman numeral XXIX. Solution:   See the following table:

 HINDU-ARABIC NOTATION ROMAN NOTATION HINDU-ARABIC NOTATION ROMAN NOTATIO N 1 I 26 XXVI 2 II 27 XXVII 3 III 28 XXVIII 4 IV 29 XXIX 5 V 30 XXX 6 VI 31 XXXI 7 VII 32 XXXI 8 VIII 33 XXXIII 9 IX 34 XXXIV 10 X 35 XXV 11 XI 36 XXVI 12 XII 37 XXXVII 13 XIII 38 XXXVII 14 XIV 39 XXXIX 15 XV 40 XL 16 XVI 41 XLI 17 XVII 42 XLII 18 XVIII 43 XLIII 19 XIX 44 XLIV 20 XX 45 XLV 21 XXI 46 XLVI 22 XXII 47 XLVII 23 XXIII 48 XLVIII 24 XXIV 49 XLIX 25 XXV 50 L

 HINDU-ARABIC NOTATION ROMAN NOTATION HINDU-ARABIC NOTATION ROMAN NOTATIO N 51 LI 76 LXXVI 52 LII 77 LXXVII 53 LIII 78 LXXVII 54 LIV 79 LXXIX 55 LV 80 LXXX 56 LVI 81 LXXXI 57 LVII 82 LXXXII 58 LVIII 83 LXXXIII 59 LIX 84 LXXXIV 60 LX 85 LXXXV 61 LXI 86 LXXXVI 62 LXII 87 LXXXVII 63 LXIII 88 LXXXVIII 64 LXIV 89 LXXXIX 65 LXV 90 XC 66 LXVI 91 XCI 67 LXVII 92 XCII 68 LXVIII 93 XCIII 69 LXIX 94 XCIV 70 LXX 95 XCV 71 LXXI 96 XCVI 72 LXXII 97 XCVII 73 LXXIII 98 XCVIII 74 LXXIV 99 XCIX 75 LXXV 100 C

Fill in the blanks using suitable sign >, < and = .. Solution: Thus 11 is greater than 9 So, 11>9. Therefore,is greater (>) than 9   v  There are seven symbols which are used to write Roman numerals. v  Roman symbols, I, X, C, M can be repeated. v  Roman symbols V, L, D are not repeated. v  When a Roman symbol of smaller value is put between two symbols of greater value. It is subtracted from the symbol to its right. v  When a Roman symbol is placed before another Roman symbol of greater value, the value of the resulting numeral is equal to the difference of the value of the symbols. v  When a Roman symbol is placed after another of greater value, the value of the resulting numeral is equal to the sum of the numerals. v  It is to be noted that there is no existence of 0 (zero) in Roman numeral. v  Big numbers are obtained by adding smaller numbers.   v  In western world, untilcentury Roman numeral was in common use. v  When a vertical line is placed either sides of Roman numeral, the value of the numeral is increases by 100 times. For example.

Write the Roman numerals XL and IX in Hindu - Arabic notation and then add them? (a) 48                                                     (b) 69 (c) 49                                                     (d) 23 (e) None of these Answer (c) Explanation Thus

If X stands for 10 then how will you write 40 in Roman numerals? (a)XXXX                                                (b) XL (c)LX                                                      (d) XLI                                                   (e) None of these Answers (b) Explanations We know that when a symbol of smaller value is followed by the symbol of greater value, value of the smaller symbol is subtracted from the symbol of greater value. Thus correct Roman numeral for.

Which one of the following symbols should be inserted between I in the Roman numeral XLIII such that it can represent 48? (a) X                      (b) V                                      (c) L                        (d)C                       (e) None of these Answers (b)

Jack: No matter X is written left or right to L ,the numeral remains same. Cody: Value of the symbols will be added or subtracted depends on the order of the symbol. So you are wrong. Who is correct? (a)Jack                                                  (b) Cody (c) Both are correct                         (d) Both are partially incorrect (e) None of these Answers (b)

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