# Worksheet on Roman Symbols

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on Roman symbols. The questions are based on Roman symbols and rules to write Roman numbers.

I. Express as Hindu-Arabic numerals:

 (i) IV                  (ii) IX             (iii) XIV             (iv) XIX             (v) VI (vi) XXXI              (vii) III             (viii) XIII               (ix) VIII           (x) XXIX (xi) XVIII             (xii) XX          (xiii) XXIV           (xiv) XXXVI      (xv) XXXII (xvi) XXXVIII        (xvii) XL           (xviii) XLV            (xix) XLIV         (xx) XVII

II. Express as Roman numerals:

 (i) 18                   (ii) 9               (iii) 19                 (iv) 24             (v) 41 (vi) 33                   (vii) 43             (viii) 21                 (ix) 49           (x) 27 (xi) 38                 (xii) 32             (xiii) 39               (xiv) 28           (xv) 31 (xvi) 47                 (xvii) 30             (xviii) 46               (xix) 34           (xx) 37

III. Fill < or > in the blank spaces:

 (i) IX …….. XI  (ii) XIV …….. XIII  (iii) XV …….. XX (iv) XXXIX …….. XXXI (v) XI …….. VII  (vi) III …….. VI (vii) XXV …….. XXIV (viii) XLII …….. XXXI (ix) XXV …….. XXIX (x) XXXIX …….. L (xi) XLII …….. XX  (xii) XLVIII …….. XLIX

IV. Correct these statements:

(i) The symbol V represents 10.

(ii) The symbol C represents 50.

(iii) The symbol L represents 100.

(iv) The numeral XIV represents 16.

(v) The numeral XL represents 60.

(vi) The numeral XIX represents 31.

V. Fill in the blank spaces:

 (i) V + IX = ………..   (ii) IV + XX = ……….. (iii) X + IV = ……….. (iv) XIX + VI = ……….. (v) XIII + IX = ……….. (vi) XXI + VIII = ……….. (vii) XL - XXXIV = ……….. (viii) XLVIII - XIX = ……….. (ix) L - XL = ……….. (x) XLI - XXX = ……….. (xi) XX - VII = ……….. (xii) XLV - XVII = ……….. (xiii) XX + IX = ……….. (xiv) XXXI + VII = ……….. (xv) XXVI + XV = ……….. (xvi) XL - XXIII = ……….. (xvii) XL - XXIX = ……….. (xviii) XXIX - XV = ……….. (xix) V × IX = ……….. (xx) III × X = ……….. (xxi) III × XIV = ……….. (xxii) L ÷ V = ……….. (xxiii) XV ÷ III = ……….. (xxiv) XL ÷ IV = ………..

VI. Arrange the following in ascending order:

(i) V, IV, IX, VII, XIII, XXV

(ii) XI, VII, IX, XIV, XXI, XIX

(iii) XLII, XXIX, XXV, XLIX, XLVI, XVIII

(iv) XLVI, L, XXXI, XVIII, XXIV, XXXIX

(v) XVII, IX, XIX, XXX, XL, XXXIX

(vi) VI, III, IX, XVI, VIII, XXX

VII. Arrange the following in descending order:

(i) XIX, XXII, XIV, XXXII, XLVIII, S

(ii) XX, XXIV, XV, XLIX, XLI, XI

(iii) XVII, XXXI, XXV, XLII, XV, IX

(iv) XXVII, XVIII, VIII, XXXIX, XL, IV

(v) XXI, XIII, XVII, XXV, IX, V

(vi) XXXIV, XL, XVI, XXV, XLV, XII

VIII. Fill in the blank spaces:

 (i) XX comes after ………..  (ii) XXV comes after ……….. (iii) IX comes after ………..  (iv) XLVII comes after ……….. (v) XXXVII comes after ……….. (vi) XXX comes after ……….. (vii) XLVI comes after ………..  (viii) XXIX comes after ……….. (ix) XXV comes after ………..  (x) XLII comes after ………..

IX. Solve the following:

1. Mike is XII years old. His brother Max is XIX years old. Who is elder and by how many years?

2. Jane has XXV apples. She divides them among V children equally. How many apples will each child get?

3. Jack had XLV toys. He gave XX toys to David and XXII toys to Shelly. How many toys were left with him?

4. There are XX girls and XIV boys in the school. Find the total number of students in the school.

Answers for the worksheet on Roman symbols are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on writing Roman numbers.

 I. (i) 4    (ii) 9    (iii) 14    (iv) 19    (v) 6    (vi) 31    (vii) 3    (viii) 13    (ix) 8    (x) 29 (xi) 18    (xii) 20    (xiii) 24   (xiv) 36    (xv) 32  (xvi) 38    (xvii) 40    (xviii) 45    (xix) 44    (xx) 17
 II. (i) XVIII   (ii) IX   (iii) XIX   (iv) XXIV   (v) XLI   (vi) XXXIII   (vii) XLIII   (viii) XXI   (ix) XLIX   (x) XXVII (xi) XXXVIII   (xii) XXXII (xiii) XXXIX   (xiv) XXVIII   (xv) XXXI   (xvi) XLVII   (xvii) XXX   (xviii) XLVI   (xix) XXXIV   (xx) XXXVII
 III. (i) <       (ii) >        (iii) <       (iv) >       (v) >       (vi) < (vii) >        (viii) >       (ix) <        (x) <      (xi) >       (xii) <

IV. (i) The symbol V represents 5

(ii) The symbol C represents 100

(iii) The symbol L represents 50

(iv) The numeral XIV represents 14

(v) The numeral XL represents 40

(vi) The numeral XIX represents 19.

 V. (i) XIV   (ii) XXIV   (iii) XIV   (iv) XXV   (v) XXII   (vi) XXIX   (vii) VI   (viii) XXIX   (ix) X   (x) XI   (xi) XIII   (xii) XXVIII (xiii) XXIX (xiv) XXXVIII   (xv) XLI   (xvi) XVII   (xvii) XI   (xviii) XIV   (xix) XLV   (xx) XXX   (xxi) XLII   (xxii) X   (xxiii) V   (xxiv) X

VI. (i) IV, V, VII, IX, XIII, XXV

(ii) VII, IX, XI, XIV, XIX, XXI

(iii) XVIII, XXV, XXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX

(iv) XVIII, XXIV, XXXI, XXXIX, XLVI

(v) IX, XVII, XIX, XXX, XXXIX, XL

(vi) III, VI, VIII, IX, XVI, XXX,

VII. (i) XLVIII, XXXII, XXII, XIX, XIV

(ii) XLIX, XLI, XXIV, XX, XV, XI

(iii) XLII, XXXI, XXV, XVII, XV, IX

(iv) XL, XXXIX, XXVII, XVIII, VIII, IV

(v) XXV, XXI, XVII, XIII, IX, V

(vi) XLV, XL, XXXIV, XXV, XVI, XII

 VIII. (i) XIX     (ii) XXIV     (iii) VIII     (iv) XLVI     (v) XXXVI (vi) XXXI    (vii) XLVII     (viii) XXX     (ix) XXVI     (x) XLIII

IX. 1. Max, VII years

2. V apples

3. III toys

4. XXXIV students

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