4th Grade Roman Numerals Worksheet

I. Write the Roman numerals for each of the following Hindu – Arabic numerals:

(i) 3 - ……….

(ii) 5 - ……….

(iii) 6 - ……….

(iv) 8 - ……….

(v) 10 - ……….

(vi) 12 - ……….

(vii) 19 - ……….

(viii) 20 - ……….

(ix) 26 - ……….

(x) 34 - ……….

(xi) 18 - ……….

(xii) 37 - ……….

II. Write the Hindu – Arabic numerals for each of the following Roman numerals:

(i) IV - ……….

(ii) VII - ……….

(iii) XIII - ……….

(iv) XIX - ……….

(v) XXII - ……….

(vi) XXVII - ……….

(vii) XXXV - ……….

(viii) XXIV - ……….

(ix) XXXIX - ……….

(x) XXVIII - ……….

(xi) XIV - ……….

(xii) XVI - ……….



III. Write the sum in Roman numerals:

(i) II + V = ………….

(ii) IV + VI = ………….

(iii) X + VII = ………….

(iv) X + XIV = ………….

(v) XX + XIX = ………….


IV. Change the Hindu – Arabic numerals into Roman numerals and find the difference. Write the answer in Roman numerals.

(i) 8 - 3 = ………….

(ii) 10 - 4 = ………….

(iii) 13 - 6 = ………….

(iv) 20 - 8 = ………….

(v) 34 - 5 = ………….


V. Change the Hindu – Arabic numerals into Roman numerals and solve. Write the answer in Roman numerals.

(i) 2 × 9 = ………….

(ii) 3 × 12 = ………….

(iii) 24 ÷ 8 = ………….

(iv) 36 ÷ 4 = ………….

(v) 15 × 2 = ………….


VI. Compare and put the correct sign <, > or =:

(i) XXIII ………. VIII

(ii) XIX ………. XXIV

(iii) XXV ………. XXXII

(iv) IX ………. IV

(v) XVI ………. XIV

(vi) XXII ………. XXX

(vii) X ………. XIX

(viii) XXII ………. IX

(ix) XXV ………. XXXV


VII. Arrange the given in ascending order:

(i) XXXIV, XIX, XXVI, VIII

(ii) VI, IV, VIII, VII

(iii) IX, XII, X, XIII

(iv) XX, XXX, XXIX, XII

(v) VIII, I, XXI, XVI


VIII. Circle the greatest number:

(i) XXII                   XII                           XXXI                        XVII       

(ii) XXVIII             XXIII                           XXV                        XXIX

(iii) XIII                  XIV                          XVIII                         XIII

(iv) X                      IX                              V                             IV

(v) XXIV                XXXVII                       XXXV                     XXXIII


IX. Compare the given and put the correct sign <, > or =:

(i) 16 ………. XXIII

(ii) XXXV ……….  45

(iii) XX ………. XIX

(iv) 5 + 13 ………. XXI

(v) XXXV ………. 7 × 4

(vi) XXXX  ………. 3 × 10


X. Match the following.

Column A

Column B

(a)     16

(b)     13 + 12

(c)     37 - 17

(d)     22

(e)     31

(f)     23

1.     XXII

2.     XX

3.     XXXI

4.     XXIII

5.     XVI

6.     XXV


 Answers:

I.

(i) III

(ii) V

(iii) VI

(iv) VIII

(v) X

(vi) XII

(vii) XIX

(viii) XX

(ix) XXVI

(x) XXXIV

(xi) XVIII

(xii) XXXVII


II.

(i) 4

(ii) 7

(iii) 13

(iv) 19

(v) 22

(vi) 27

(vii) 35

(viii) 24

(ix) 39

(x) 28

(xi) 14

(xii) 16.


III. (i) VII

(ii) X

(iii) XVII

(iv) XXIV

(v) XXXIX


IV. (i) VIII - III = V

(ii) X -IV = VI

(iii) XIII - VI = VII

(iv) XX - VIII = XII

(v) XXXIV - V = XXIX


V. (i) II × IX = XVIII

(ii) III × XII = XXXVI

(iii) XXIV ÷ VIII = III

(iv) XXXVI ÷ IV = IX

(v) XV × II = XXX


VI. (i) >

(ii) <

(iii) <

(iv) >

(v) >

(vi) <

(vii) <

(viii) >

(ix) <


VII. (i) VIII, XIX, XXVI, XXXIV       

(ii) IV, VI, VII, VIII

(iii) IX, X, XII, XIII

(iv) XII, XX, XXIX, XXX

(v) I, VIII, XVI, XXI


VIII. (i) XXXI

(ii) XXIX

(iii) XVIII

(iv) X

(v) XXXVII


IX. (i) <

(ii) <

(iii) >

(iv) <

(v) >

(vi) >

4th Grade Roman Numerals Worksheet


X. (a) 5

(b) 6

(c) 2

(d) 1

(e) 3

(f) 4





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