A roman numerals chart is name for a number when it is written in the way the Romans used to write numbers. Roman numerals are not use very frequently today in the west. They are use to write the names of kings and queens, or popes. They may use to write the year a book or movie. Roman numerals consists of several basic symbol that can write in sequence. But, roman numerals only allow maximum three same symbols to write together. Whenever the same symbol is written four times. It is replaced by subtracting it from next higher number (for example 5,50,50,500). That way, IV is written instead of IIII (4), XL instead of XXXX (40), etc. And usually only one number is subtract, not two. So 8 is always VIII and never IIX.
In excel, there is function to convert numbers into roman numerals chart. So, if you are confusing about converting numbers or you want to practice your roman numeral skills, you can use this excel function. The syntax is simple. Use roman in the cell, where you can fill the “number” you want to convert or just direct to other cell. If you want to convert into basic roman numerals, just fill “form” with zero number. Excel provide 5 types of roman numeral conversion that you can use.
Roman Letters Chart
And learning roman numeral will be little confusing, so that is reason I made a roman numeral charts to ease my son learning that kind of number. In chart, I put some color to help him differentiate number that is form from basic symbols or form from combination between symbols to follow addition or subtraction rules.
Roman Numbers 1-100
In roman numerals, alphabets are use to represent the fixed positive numbers. These roman numerals are I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, and X represent 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 respectively. After 10, roman numerals are followed by XI for 11, XII for 12, XII for 13, … till XX for 20.