# Worksheet on Roman Numerals and English Numerals

Practice different types of questions give in the 3rd grade math worksheet on Roman numerals and English numerals. This sheet will help the kids to understand the questions and write the numerals to indicate the Roman numerals in English numerals and vice versa.

1. Express the following English numerals in Roman numerals:

(i) 16

(ii) 31

(iii) 19

(iv) 37

(v) 14

(vi) 21

(vii) 15

(viii) 36

2. Convert the following Roman numerals into English numerals:

(i) X

(ii) XVI

(iii) XXI

(iv) XXXIV

(v) XL

(vi) XVIII

(vii) XXVII

(viii) LXI

3. Write 4 numerals formed by the Roman digits using both I and V.

4. Form 5 numerals with the help of the Roman digits using I, V and X.

5. Which Roman digits are used twice or thrice to form numerals?

6. Which Roman digit is never written to the left of X to form a Roman numeral?

7. Match Roman numerals in column A with English numerals in column B:

XVI

XXVI

XXX

XXXII

XVII

# Column B

26

16

17

30

32

8. Write ‘yes’ for the true statements:

(i) The numerals V, X and L stand for 5, 10 and 50.

(ii) There is no sign for 0 in Roman numerals.

(iii) The value of XXXIX is 39.

9. Write the value of the following Roman digits:

(i) I

(ii) V

(iii) X

(iv) L

10. Write the value of the following English digits:

(i) 42

(ii) 27

(iii) 31

(iv) 100

11. Write the following numbers, given in words in Roman numerals:

(i) thirty five

(ii) eighty seven

(iii) seven

(iv) sixty six

12. Write the following numbers, given in words in English numerals:

(i) Five hundred fifteen

(ii) One hundred sixty eight

(iii) Three thousand eight hundred and two

(iv) Eight hundred three

Answers for the worksheet on Roman numerals and English numerals are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions related to numerals.

1. (i) 16

(ii) XXXI

(iii) XIX

(iv) XXXVII

(v) XIV

(vi) XXI

(vii) XV

(viii) XXXVI

2. (i) 10

(ii) 16

(iii) 21

(iv) 34

(v) 40

(vi) 18

(vii) 27

(viii) 61

3. IV, VI, VII, VIII

4. XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIV, XXVI

5. I, X, C

6. V

XVI

XXVI

XXX

XXXII

XVII

# Column B

16

26

30

32

17

8. (i) yes

(ii) yes

(iii) yes

9. (i) one

(ii) five

(iii) ten

(iv) fifty

10. (i) forty two

(ii) twenty seven

(iii) thirty one

(iv) hundred

11. (i) XXXV

(ii) XXXXXXXXVII

(iii) VII

(iv) XXXXXXVI

12. (i) 515

(ii) 168

(iii) 3802

(iv) 803

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