# Roman Numbers 1 to 100 | Roman Numerals 1 to 100 Chart

Roman Numbers 1 to 100 | Roman Numerals 1 to 100 Chart
Roman numerals 1 to 100 are the number list that we write Arabic numbers in the Roman form. Knowing the Roman numbers 1 to 100 helps students create new Roman numbers and understand those. Let’s see what Roman numerals are and how to write them.

## What are Roman numerals?

Roman numerals were used in ancient Rome. Now, it is used throughout the world. It is a replacement for Arabic numbers. All letters except J, U, and W in the alphabet are treated as Roman alphabet.

### Roman numbers 1 to 100 chart

The following image of Roman numbers 1 to 100 will help you learn the Roman numerals.

## Roman numerals from 1 to 100

The Roman number list from 1 to 100 is given below. It helps students to understand and convert Arabic numbers into Roman.

### List of Roman numerals 1 to 100

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

### Common Roman numerals

Seven symbols are commonly used in Roman numerals. Those are-

• I for 1
• V for 5
• X for 10
• L for 50
• C for 100
• D for 500
• M for 1000

## How to write the Roman numerals/ Rules to write Roman numerals

There are some rules that we should follow to write numbers in Roman numerals. Some of the rules are given below-

• We can repeat any symbol maximum up to three times in a number. For example: We can use I for the number 1, and we can use it write the number 3 as III.
• The repetition of a symbols in a number gives the added value of its times of repetition. For example: to write the number 30, we can write XXX.
• We cannot repeat some symbols in Roman numerals. Those symbols are D, L, and V.
• We can subtract the symbol I from only V and X, and X from only L, M, and C.
• We can never repeat the numbers D, L, and V in Roman numerals.

To form a number 9, we write IX. In this number, X has a greater value, and I has a lesser value. It is subtracted when we put the symbol of a lesser value before the greater value symbol. IX = X – I = 9

To form a number 11, we write XI. It is added when we put the symbol of lesser value after the greater value symbol. XI = X + I = 11

### Conversion of Roman numerals to numbers

Rule 1: If a lesser value symbol is before the greater value symbol, subtract the value.

Here are some examples-

1. IV = V (5) – I (1) = 4
2. IX = X (10) – I (1) = 9
3. XL = X (10) – L (50) = 40
4. XC = X (10) – C (100) = 90

Rule 2: If a lesser value symbol is after the greater value symbol, add the value.

Here are some examples-

1. VI = V (5) + I (1) = 6
2. VII = V (5) + I (1) + I (1) = 7
3. XI = X (10) + I (1) = 11
4. XIII = X (10) + I (1) + I (1) + I (1) = 13
5. LX = L (50) + X (10) = 60
6. LXV = L (50) + X (10) + V (5) = 65
7. CX = C (100) + X (10) = 110

### What are Roman numerals?

Roman numerals are a numeral system written in symbols based on the ancient Roman system. This is a set of 7 symbols- I, V, X, L, C, D, and M, representing the numbers- 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 500, and 1,000.

### What is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 in Roman numerals?

1 2 3 4 5 are written as I, II, III, IV, V in Roman numerals.

We can write 1 to 10 in Roman numerals as

 Arabic Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Roman Number I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X

### What is the Roman numeral for 1, 5, 10, 100, 1000

The Roman number symbols for 1, 5, 10, 100, and 1000 are I, V, X, L, C, D, and M respectively.

### How do you write Roman numbers?

We can write any Roman number using seven alphabets, and those are-

1. I – 1
2. V – 5
3. X – 10
4. L – 50
5. C – 100
6. D – 500
7. M – 1000

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