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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
9 = 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
Roman Numerals for Numbers 1 to 50
Roman Numerals
Roman numerals is the numeral system of ancient
Rome (B.C period, meaning before Chris in the
10th century ). It uses letters from the Latin
alphabet to signify values.
Example:  The numbers 1 through 10 written in Roman numerals
are:
I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, and X
Zero? Roman numerals does not include a zero.
The Roman numerals we use today  are based on seven symbols
This chart shows the seven symbol.
example
Numbers are formed by combining symbols
together and adding the values.
Example:  the number 6 = V L, the number 10 = X and
the number 11 =  XL
When smaller values precede larger values, the smaller values are
subtracted from the larger values, and the result is added to the
total. For  example: LV = (5 − 1) = 4
Note: When a line is drawn over a number in Roman numerals,
the value is increased 1000 times.
Example:
= 1000 x 5 = 5,000
more example
Roman numerals counting
by 10s
More help with roman
numerals
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