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Roman Numbers:
Here are some funny math interesting facts. This will help you to knew about the ancient Roman numerals. Enjoy with the ancient numbers.

Roman Numerals

Roman Numbers :

Roman numerals were originated in ancient Rome. It is based on certain letters which are given values as numerals.
Roman Numerals are widely used nowadays, in clocks, books, numberlists, etc.,.

1I
2II
3III
4IV
5V
6VI
7VII
8VIII
9IX
10X
11XI
12XII
13XIII
14XIV
15XV
16XVI
17XVII
18XVIII
19XIX
20XX
21XXI
22XXII
23XXIII
24XXIV
25XXV
26XXVI
27XXVII
28XXVIII
29XXIX
30XXX
31XXXI
32XXXII
33XXXIII
34XXXIV
35XXXV
36XXXVI
37XXXVII
38XXXVIII
39XXXIX
40XL
41XLI
42XLII
43XLIII
44XLIV
45XLV
46XLVI
47XLVII
48XLVIII
49XLIX
50L
51LI
52LII
53LIII
54LIV
55LV
56LVI
57LVII
58LVIII
59LIX
60LX
61LXI
62LXII
63LXIII
64LXIV
65LXV
66LXVI
67LXVII
68LXVIII
69LXIX
70LXX
71LXXI
72LXXII
73LXXIII
74LXXIV
75LXXV
76LXXVI
77LXXVII
78LXXVIII
79LXXIX
80LXXX
81LXXXI
82LXXXII
83LXXXIII
84LXXXIV
85LXXXV
86LXXXVI
87LXXXVII
88LXXXVIII
89LXXXIX
90XC
91XCI
92XCII
93XCIII
94XCIV
95XCV
96XCVI
97XCVII
98XCVIII
99XCIX
100C
200CC300CCC400CD500D600DC700DCC800DCCC900CM1000M

An accurate way to write the roman numbers is to first take the thousands, hundreds, tens and units.

Example:

1999, one thousand is M, nine hundred is CM, ninety is XC, nine is IX. Combine all these:
MCMXCIX

This is a funny interesting part of maths. Enjoy it with Fun!


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