to Roman Numerals

The Roman digits are used for the conversion of numbers to Roman numerals. In the Hindu-Arabic system, the digits used in English or International numeration are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 0.

The values of the international numeration in Roman digits
are as follow:

One (1) = I Five (5) = V Ten (10) = X |
Fifty (50) = L Hundred (100) = C Five hundred (500) = D |

**Examples on conversion of numbers to Roman numerals:**

Write the following numbers in Roman numerals:

So, 4 = IV
So, 24 = XXIV
So, 11 = XI
= XXXIX So, 39 = XXXIX |
So, 9 = IX
So, 20 = XX
So, 26 = XXVI
= XXXVIII So, 38 = XXXVIII |

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