Worksheet on Roman Numerals

Practice the worksheet on roman numerals or numbers. This sheet will encourage the students to practice about the symbols for roman numerals and their values.

1. Write the Roman Numerals for the following numbers:

 (a) 6 (b) 17 (c) 28 (d) 24 (e) 18 (f) 22(g) 29(h) 30

2. Write the roman numerals for each of the following Hindu -Arabic numerals.

 (a) 3(b) 11(c) 7(d) 26 (e) 8(f) 35(g) 9(h) 39

3. Write each of the following in a Roman numeral:

(i) 31

(ii) 14

(iii) 23

(iv) 11

(v) 25

(vi) 27

(vii) 37

(viii) 32

(ix) 19

(x) 30

(xi) 39

(xii) 12

(xiii) 17

(xiv) 15

(xv) 33

4. Write the number for the following:

 (a) VII(b) IX (c) XI (d) XIV (e) XIX (f) XXVII (g) XXIX (h) XII

5. Write the Hindu-Arabic numerals for each of the following Roman numerals:

 (a) V(b) XVII(c) IV(d) XIX (e) XV(f) XXVIII (g) XXXIV (h) XVIII

6. Write the Hindu-Arabic numeral for each of the following:

(i) IV

(ii) IX

(iii) XVI

(iv) XVII

(v) XX

(vi) XXVIII

(vii) XIX

(viii) XV

(ix) XXXIV

(x) XXXVII

7. Match the Roman Numerals with the numbers:

 (a) V  (b) XIII(c) VIII(d) XX (e) XXII (f) XXV (g) XI 138205252211

8. Match the given Roman numerals to the Hindu-Arabic numerals.

 (a) CXIX (b) XL(c) CLXXV(d) XCVIII(e) XXXVII(f) LIV 37175985411940

9. Arrange the given Roman numerals in ascending order.

(a) VII, II, XIV, X

(b) VI, IX, III, VIII

10. Circle the greatest Roman Numerals in each row.

 (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f)(g) XVIIXLIIXXXVIIXVIIICXXCLXII IXIVLIIIXXXIILXIVCLCXLII XIIVIIILXXIXXXVLXXCXCV XIVVXLVIIXXXILXIIICXXXCLVII

11. Tick the correct Roman Numerals for numbers:

(a) 24

XIV       XXIV       XV

(b) 17

VII       XII       XVII

(c) 14

XIV       XVI       XV

(d) 29

XIX       XX       XXIX

12.
Which of the given Roman numerals are not possible? Circle your answer.

 (a) III(b) VIIII(c) XIV(d) XIIV(e) XXL (f) LXIX(g) XXC(h) CIIX(i) CLXX(j) CLIIIX

13. Use the symbols >   =   < in the correct places:

(a) 27 ___ XX

(b) XV ___ IX

(c) 19 ___ XIX

(d) XV ___ 14

(e) V  ___ 12

(f) 29 ___ XXX

14. Fill in each box using <, = or>:

(i) XIX _____ 21

(ii) XXXIX _____ 39

(iii) XI _____ 9

15. Which of the following are meaningless?

(i) XIII

(ii) XIX

(iii) XVV

(iv) XXV

(v) VX

16. Perform the operation mentioned and write the answers in Roman Numerals:

(a) XI × V = _________

(b) XXV ÷ V = _________

(c) VII ÷ II = _________

(d) VII + XXIII = _________

(e) XXX – XXI = _________

(f) XXI - XX = _________

17. Mike forgot the rule while writing Roman Numerals. Help her by drawing a circle around the incorrect Roman Numeral and write the correct numbers beside:

(a) 15 = VVV

(b) 24 = XXVI

(c) 8 = IIX

(d) 19 = XVIIII

(e) 25 = XXVX

(f) 17 = IIIXX

18. Write the roman numbers and their values from I to XXV:

A. The greatest numeral in the given set is:

(a) XXXV;          (b) XXIX;          (c) XLIV;          (d) LX

B. The smallest numeral in the given set is:

(a) C;          (b) V;          (c) L;          (d) X

C. The number of days in the month of October are:

(a) XXVIII;          (b) XXXI;          (c) XXXIV;          (d) X

D. Number of years in a century:

(a) X;          (b) L;          (c) C;          (d) CC

E. Number of weeks in a year:

(a) LII;          (b) XXIV;          (c) XXXVI;          (d) L

20. Choose the right answer and fill in the blank.

A. There are __________ number of days in January.

(a) XXVIII;          (b) XXXI;          (c) XXIX;          (d) XXX

B. Numeral CLV is __________ CXLV.

(a) Smaller than;          (b) Greater than;          (c) Equal to

C. Numeral XVIII is __________ to XVI.

(a) Smaller than;          (b) Greater than;          (c) Equal to

D. There are total of __________ letters in the word Mathematics.

(a) XI;                (b) XI;               (c) XX;               (d) XXX

21. Circle the correct Roman numeral:

(i) 7       -    VIII            VII            VI

(ii) 13    -     XII           XIII           XIV

(iii) 21   -     XX            XXI           XIX

(iv) 20   -     XX           XVV           XIX

22. Complete the table:

A. In a garden there are 11 non-flowering plants and 13 flowering plants. The total number of plants in the garden are:

(i) XIV                    (ii) XXIV                    (iii) XX                    (iv) XXX

B. The smallest numeral among the following numerals is:

(i) VI                    (ii) VII                    (iii) XXVI                    (iv) XXX

C. The number of hours in a day are:

(i) XXIV                    (ii) XII                    (iii) XVI                   (iv) XXXIV

D. I study in class:

(i) XI                    (ii) VI                    (iii) IV                   (iv) VII

E. What should be subtracted from XXXIX to get IX?

(i) X                    (ii) XXx                    (iii) XXI                    (iv) IX

F. The greatest numeral among the following numerals is:

(i) XXXII               (ii) XXX                   (iii) XXIX                  (iv) IX

G. Smallest even number is:

(i) I                      (ii) II                      (iii) III                      (iv) IV

24. Complete the series:

XXIV, XXV, _____, _____, _____.

25. Which two letters from the English word ELEVEN can be used in the Roman numerals?

26. Match the following:

 L 50 C 500 D 100 M 1000

27. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ's)

Choose the correct option

(i) Which of the following is not correct?

(a) 10 ≠ VV;     (b) 51 = IL;     (c) 5 ≠ VX;     (d) All of the above

(ii) XLVII stands for

(a) 44;     (b) 68;     (c) 72;     (d) 47

Answers for the worksheet on roman numerals are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.

1. (a) VI

(b) XVII

(c) XXVIII

(d) XXIV

(e) XVIII

(f) XXII

(g) XXIX

(h) XXX

2.

 (a) III(b) XI(c) VII(d) XXVI (e) VIII(f) XXXV(g) IX(h) XXXIX

3. (i) XXXI

(ii) XIV

(iii) XXII

(iv) XI

(v) XXV

(vi) XXVII

(vii) XXXVII

(viii) XXXII

(ix) XIX

(x) XXX

(xi) XXXIX

(xii) XII

(xiii) XVII

(xiv) XV

(xv) XXXIII

4.

 (a) 7(b) 9 (c) 11 (d) 14 (e) 19(f) 28(g) 29 (h) 12

5.

 (a) 5(b) 17(c) 4(d) 19 (e) 15(f) 28(g) 34(h) 18

6. (i) 4

(ii) 9

(iii) 16

(iv) 17

(v) 20

(vi) 28

(vii) 19

(viii) 15

(ix) 34

(x) 37

7.

 (a) V  (b) XIII(c) VIII(d) XX (e) XXII (f) XXV (g) XI 513820222511

8.

 (a) CXIX (b) XL(c) CLXXV(d) XCVIII(e) XXXVII(f) LIV 11940175983754

9. (a) II, VII, X, XIV

(b) III, VI, VIII, IX

10. (a) XIV

(b) VIII

(C) LXXI

(d) XXXVII

(e) LXIV

(f) CL

(g) CLXII

11. (a) XXIV

(b) XVII

(c) XIV

(d) XXIX

12. (b) VIIII

(d) XIIV

(e) XXL

(g) XXC

(h) CIIX

13. (a) >

(b) >

(c) =

(d) <

(e) =

(f) <

14. (i) <

(ii) =

(iii) >

15. (iii) XVV

(v) VX

16. (a) LV

(b) V

(c) IV

(d) XXX

(e) IX

(f) I

17. (a) XV

(b) XXIV

(c) VIII

(d) XIX

(e) XXV

(f) XVII

18. Roman Numbers and their Values

 1 - I 2 - II        3 - III       4 - IIV       5 - V 6 - VI       7 - VII      8 - VIII     9 - IX     10 - X 11 - XI12 - XII  13 - XIII 14 - XIV15 - XV 16 - XVI 17 - XVII 18 - XVIII 19 - XIX 20 - XX 21 - XXI22 - XXII23 - XXIII24 - XXIV25 - XXV

19. A. (d)

B. (b)

C. (b)

D. (c)

E. (a)

20. A. (b)

B. (b)

C. (b)

D. (a)

21. (i) VIII

(ii) XIII

(iii) XXI

(iv) XX

22.

23. A. (ii)

B. (i)

C. (i)

D. (iii)

E. (ii)

F. (i)

G. (ii)

24. XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII

25. X and I.

26.  L - 50

C - 100

D - 500

M - 1000

27. (i) (d) All of the above

(ii) (d) 47

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