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Roman Numerals 1 to 100 are simply numbers written in the Roman format 1 to 100 as we know that numbers are written as 1, 2, 3,….100 these are called the Hindu-Arabic number and they are widely accepted in the world but in Roman Numerals the number from 1 to 100 is written as I, II, III,…., C.

These numbers are called Roman Numerals because they are used by ancient Romans but as we will learn further that this system of representing the numerals is very complex and thus is not widely accepted. In this article, we will learn about Roman numbers, Roman Numerals Charts from 1 to 100, Examples, FAQs, and others in detail.

Roman Numbers Definition

Roman Numbers, as the name suggest, are the number used by the people of ancient Rome. These numerals use Roman letters such as C, D, L, M, I, V, X, etc to represent various numbers used. This number system has no concept of Zero and thus it is very difficult to write large numbers in this format. And hence, these numbers systems are not widely used and are replaced by the superior Hindu-Arabic numbers system.

Roman Numbers 1 to 100

Roman Numbers from 1 to 100 represent the Natural Numbers from 1 up to 100 and they are widely used for representing various things that include:

  • Kings and Queens of older times use Roman Numbers in their names, for example, Queen Elizabeth II.
  • They are used in clocks, watches and to write dates or years.
  • They are usually used in degrees, certificates, and diplomas to represent merit and others.

Roman Numerals from 1 to 100

The list of Roman Numbers from 1 to 100 is added in the table below

NumberRoman NumeralNumberRoman NumeralNumberRoman NumeralNumberRoman NumeralNumberRoman Numeral

1

I

21

XXI

41

XLI

61

LXI

81

LXXXI

2

II

22

XXII

42

XLII

62

LXII

82

LXXXII

3

III

23

XXIII

43

XLIII

63

LXIII

83

LXXXIII

4

IV

24

XXIV

44

XLIV

64

LXIV

84

LXXXIV

5

V

25

XXV

45

XLV

65

LXV

85

LXXXV

6

VI

26

XXVI

46

XLVI

66

LXVI

86

LXXXVI

7

VII

27

XXVII

47

XLVII

67

LXVII

87

LXXXVII

8

VIII

28

XXVIII

48

XLVIII

68

LXVIII

88

LXXXVIII

9

IX

29

XXIX

49

XLIX

69

LXIX

89

LXXXIX

10

X

30

XXX

50

L

70

LXX

90

XC

11

XI

31

XXXI

51

LI

71

LXXI

91

XCI

12

XII

32

XXXII

52

LII

72

LXXII

92

XCII

13

XIII

33

XXXIII

53

LIII

73

LXXIII

93

XCIII

14

XIV

34

XXXIV

54

LIV

74

LXXIV

94

XCIV

15

XV

35

XXXV

55

LV

75

LXXV

95

XCV

16

XVI

36

XXXVI

56

LVI

76

LXXVI

96

XCVI

17

XVII

37

XXXVII

57

LVII

77

LXXVII

97

XCVII

18

XVIII

38

XXXVIII

58

LVIII

78

LXXVIII

98

XCVIII

19

XIX

39

XXXIX

59

LIX

79

LXXIX

99

XCIX

20

XX

40

XL

60

LX

80

LXXX

100

C

Roman Numerals 1 to 100 Chart

The Roman Numerals 1 to 100 chart is added below which shows all natural numbers from 1 to 100 in Hindu-Arabic format and their Ronam equivalent.

Roman Numerals 1 to 100 Chart

Roman Numeral 1 to 100 Rules

While writing Roman Numbers from 1 to 100 we have to follow some rules that are discussed below,

  • If a bigger letter precedes a smaller letter, the letters are added.

Example: LX, L > X, Thus, LX = L + X = 50 + 10 = 60

  • If a smaller letter precedes a bigger letter, the letters are subtracted.

Example: XL, X < L, Thus, XL = L – X = 50 – 10 = 40

  • If a letter is repeated multiple times it is added.

Example: XXX, means X + X + X = 10 + 10 + 10 = 30

  • A letter can not be repeated more than three times.
  • Some letters are never repeated that includes  V, L, and D

Solved Examples on Roman Numerals

Example 1: Convert 67 into Roman Numeral.

Solution:

67 = 50 + 10 + 5 + 1 + 1

We know that,

  • 50 = L
  • 10 = X
  • 5 = V
  • 1 = I

Now,

67 = LXVII

Example 2: Convert 2022 into the Roman Numeral.

Solution:

2023 can be broken as,

2023 = 1000 + 1000 + 10 + 10 + 1 + 1

We know that,

  • 1000 = M
  • 10 = X
  • 1 = I

Thus, 

2023 = MMXXII

Example 3: Convert 1993 to Roman Numerals.

Solution:

1998 can be broken as,

1998 = 1000 + 1000 – 100 + 100 – 1 + 1 + 1 + 1

We know that,

  • 1000 = M
  • 100 = C
  • 10 = X
  • 5 = V
  • 1 = I

Thus, 

1998 = CMMXCIII

Example 4: Simplify MXXV – LXXV + VII

Solution:

Given: 

MXXV – LXXV + VII

We know that 

  • MXXV = 1025
  • LXXV = 75
  • VII = 7

Now, substituting these we get;

MXXV – LXXV + VII = 1025 – 75 + 7 = 957

Example 5: Simplify CC + XL – XII

Solution:

Given: 

CC + XL – XII

We know that 

  • CC = 200
  • XL = 40
  • XII = 12

Now, substituting these we get;

CC + XL – XII = 200 + 40 – 12 = 228

FAQs on Roman Numerals

Q1: What are Roman Numbers?

Answer:

Roman Numerals are the numbers that are used by ancient Romans for counting and other purposes. This number system uses Roman Numerals to represent various numbers such as 1 is represented by I, 5 is represented by V, etc.

Q2: What is the value of Roman Number L in Hindu-Arabic format?

Answer:

The value of Roman Numerals L in Hindu-Arabic format is 50.

Q3: List all the Roman Numerals from 1 to 10.

Answer:

List of all the Roman numbers from 1 to 100 are represented in the table below,

Hindu Numbers

Roman Numbers

Hindu Numbers

Roman Numbers

1

I

6

VI

2

II

7

VII

3

III

8

VIII

4

IV

9

IX

5

V

10

X

Q4: How to Write 1000 in Roman Numerals?

Answer:

In Roman numerals, 1000 is written using the Roman letter, M

Q5: What is the value of XLV?

Answer:

The value of XLV in Roman Numerals is 45.

Q6: What is the value of Roman Numerals XXII?

Answer:

The value of Roman Numerals XXII in Hindu-Arabic Numerals is 22 (twenty two).

Q7: What is the value of Roman Numerals XV?

Answer:

The value of Roman Numerals XV in Hindu-Arabic Numerals is 15 (fifteen).

Q8: What is the value of Roman Numerals VII?

Answer:

The value of Roman Numerals VII in Hindu-Arabic Numerals is 7 (seven).



Last Updated : 12 Jul, 2023
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