**Roman Numerals** are an ancient roman method of showing numbers in a specific format. For example, Ancient roman wrote 5 to V and 10 to X.

## Common Roman Symbols

1 | 5 | 10 | 50 | 100 | 500 | 1000 |

I | V | X | L | C | D | M |

## Roman Numerals from 1 to 100

Roman numerals 1 to 100 can assist learners to acknowledge numbers to roman numerals translation for quantities up to 100. The table of roman numerals from 1 to 100 is inserted in the table here.

1 = I | 2 = II | 3 = III | 4 = IV | 5 = V |

6 = VI | 7 = VII | 8 = VIII | 9 = IX | 10 = X |

11 = XI | 12 = XII | 13 = XIII | 14 = XIV | 15 = XV |

16 = XVI | 17 = XVII | 18 = XVIII | 19 = XIX | 20 = XX |

21 = XXI | 22 = XXII | 23 = XXIII | 24 = XXIV | 25 = XXV |

26 = XXVI | 27 = XXVII | 28 = XXVIII | 29 = XXIX | 30 = XXX |

31 = XXXI | 32 = XXXII | 33 = XXXIII | 34 = XXXIV | 35 = XXXV |

36 = XXXVI | 37 = XXXVII | 38 = XXXVIII | 39 = XXXIX | 40 = XL |

41 = XLI | 42 = XLII | 43 = XLIII | 44 = XLIV | 45 = XLV |

46 = XLVI | 47 = XLVII | 48 = XLVIII | 49 = XLIX | 50 = L |

51 = LI | 52 = LII | 53 = LIII | 54 = LIV | 55 = LV |

56 = LVI | 57 = LVII | 58 = LVIII | 59 = LIX | 60 = LX |

61 = LXI | 62 = LXII | 63 = LXIII | 64 = LXIV | 65 = LXV |

66 = LXVI | 67 = LXVII | 68 = LXVIII | 69 = LXIX | 70 = LXX |

71 = LXXI | 72 = LXXII | 73 = LXXIII | 74 = LXXIV | 75 = LXXV |

76 = LXXVI | 77 = LXXVII | 78 = LXXVIII | 79 = LXXIX | 80 = LXXX |

81 = LXXXI | 82 = LXXXII | 83 = LXXXIII | 84 = LXXXIV | 85 = LXXXV |

86 = LXXXVI | 87 = LXXXVII | 88 = LXXXVIII | 89 = LXXXIX | 90 = XC |

91 = XCI | 92 = XCII | 93 = XCIII | 94 = XCIV | 95 = XCV |

96 = XCVI | 97 = XCVII | 98 = XCVIII | 99 = XCIX | 100 = C |

## Roman Symbols Chart

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## How to form roman numbers

We can form roman numbers by adding the symbols.

**1. Add symbol after a larger (or equal) symbol**

Example: VII = V + I + I = 5 + 1 + 1 = 7

Example: LXV = L + X + V = 50 + 10 + 5 = 65

**2. Subtract symbol if the symbol appears before a larger symbol**

Example: IV = V − I = 5 − 1 = 4

Example: IX = X − I = 10 − 1 = 9

### Roman Numerals 1 to 100 Examples

#### Example #1: Using Roman numerals 1 to 100 list, find the product 19 in roman numerals.

**Solution:**

We can write 19 in following manner:

10-1+10 = X + I + X = XIX

#### Example #2: find the product 50 in roman numerals.

**Solution:**

L denotes the 50 in roman