Basic Roman symbols:
Roman numeral is a number system that originated in ancient roman. Ancient Romans used some special notation to show numbers. In this system, the numbers are represented by the Latin alphabets.
Combination of Roman numerals:
Rules for forming numbers:
- If a symbol is repeated, its value is added as many times as it occurs. For example, \(XXX = 10+10+10 =30, DCC =500 +100+100 = 700\)
- Any symbol appears after the large symbol, add it. For example, \(VII = V+II = 5 + 2 = 7\).
- Any symbol appears before the large symbol, subtract it. For example, \(XIX = X+IX = 10+(10-1) = 10+9 = 19\)
Same symbols cannot be used more than three times continuously.
Write in Roman numeral form: