Category : 4th Class
Rules for writing Roman Numerals:
(a) If a smaller numeral is written after a larger numeral, their values are added.
(b) If a smaller numeral is written before a larger numeral, its value is subtracted from that of the larger numeral.
(c) Repetition of a numeral means addition.
Note: A Roman numeral can be repeated can be repeated to a maximum of three times.
(d) If a smaller numeral is placed between two larger numerals, the value of the smaller numeral is subtracted from the value of the larger numeral following it.
e.g., (and not)
(a) V is never repeated.
(b) V can never be subtracted from X.
(c) I can be subtracted only from V and X.
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