Worksheet on Comparison of Roman Numerals
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of roman numerals. In worksheet on comparison
of roman numerals we will solve various
types of practice questions on roman numerals. Here you will get 20 different types of questions on comparison
of roman numerals.
This worksheet will
encourage the students to practice about the symbols for roman numerals and Hindu
 Arabic Numerals.
1. Compare the given roman numerals by putting the right
sign.
a. III ______ VI
b. VIII ______ X
c. XXXI ______ XXIX
d. XXVI ______XXVIII
e. XXXII ______ XXXV
f. XCIII ______ XCVII
g. XLIV ______ XLVI
h. CXIV ______ CXXIX
i. LXX ______ LV
j. CLXXXI ______ CXCIV
2. Use the
symbols >
= < in the
correct places:
a. 76 ______ LXXIII
b. CLX ______ CXL
c. CVIII ______ 97
d. CLVI + XXXIV ______ 190
e. LIX ______ 59
f. XI × V ______ LIV
g. XXX – XXI
______ X
h. LXXX ______ XCV
i. VII + XXIII
______ V × VI
j. XXI  XX
______ XX  VI
Answers on Worksheet on Comparison of Roman Numerals are given below to check the exact answers of the questions.
Answers
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