Roman Numerals Worksheets

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Roman Numerals Worksheets by Christopher Rudolph

Roman numerals are a numeral system originating from ancient Rome, used throughout the Roman Empire and remaining in use in various capacities even today. This system is based on combinations of letters from the Latin alphabet: I, V, X, L, C, D, and M.

The numerals I, V, X, L, C, D, and M stand for 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 500, and 1000 respectively. Roman numerals are written by combining these letters and adding their values, such as II for 2 and VIII for 8. However, when a smaller numeral precedes a larger one, it is subtracted, such as IV for 4 and IX for 9. This subtractive notation helps to avoid four consecutive identical letters, which can be cumbersome and less readable.

Historically, Roman numerals were used in various aspects of daily life, including in commerce, construction, and military applications. For example, they are famously inscribed on ancient monuments and coins. The Romans used them extensively in their accounting and architectural plans.

In modern times, Roman numerals continue to have a presence in specific contexts. They are often used for numbering book chapters, clock faces, movie sequels, and events like the Olympics or Super Bowls. Additionally, Roman numerals are used in legal and formal documents to denote important points or sections, adding a sense of tradition and gravitas.

Despite the widespread use of the Arabic numeral system, Roman numerals remain an important part of our cultural and historical heritage. Their enduring presence is a testament to the long-lasting influence of Roman civilization on contemporary society. The simplicity and elegance of Roman numerals continue to find relevance in various applications, symbolizing an unbroken connection to our ancient past.

These printable Roman Numerals Worksheets all come with answer pages. Teachers, parents, and students can print and make copies. 

A-E – Students are presented with an Arabic Number and need to write the Roman Numeral equivalent.

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Printable Roman Numerals Worksheets
RN A Answers
RN B Answers
RN C Answers
RN D Answers
RN E Answers

F-J – Students are presented with a Roman Numeral and need to write the Arabic Number equivalent.

RN F Answers
RN G Answers
RN H Answers
RN I Answers
RN J Answers

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