roman numerals

28/2/2011

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Includes conversion tables, historical background and a Roman numerals test.ABLE/GED Program: Cincinnati Public Schools. Roman Numerals Chart. M=1000. D = 500. I. 1. XXXII. 32. LXIII. 63. XCIV. 94. II. 2. XXXIII Roman numerals are written as combinations of the seven letters in the table below. The letters can be written as capital (XVI) or lower-case letters (xvi). Roman numerals stem from the numeral system of ancient Rome. They are based on certain letters of the alphabet which are combined to signify the sum (or, Converts normal numbers to roman digits, and vice versa.
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