Roman Numerals

The roman numeral system is the numeral system of ancient Rome.

SYMBOLIVXLCDM
Value1510501005001000

Rules for Roman Numerals :

1. A symbol can be repeated a maximum of three times.

2. Only I, X, C and M can be repeated.

3. If one or more symbols are placed after the symbol of greater value, the values are added.

4. If a symbol is placed before the symbol of greater value, the symbol of lesser value is subtracted.

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