Roman Numeral Whole Number Examples

Besides the basic 7 letters, other whole numbers (that can be written with roman numerals) are written as a series of these letters. For example, 3 is written as "III"; 7 is written as "VII"; 31 is written as "XXXI"; 72 is written as "LXXII"; and 1985 is written as "MCMLXXXV".

The table below shows some more examples....

Roman Numeral

Meaning

Arabic Numeral

I

One

1

II

Two

2

III

Three

3

IV or IIII

Four

4

V

Five

5

VI

Six

6

VII

Seven

7

VIII

Eight

8

IX

Nine

9

X

Ten

10

XI

Eleven

11

XII

Twelve

12

XIII

Thirteen

13

XIV

Fourteen

14

XV

Fifteen

15

XVI

Sixteen

16

XVII

Seventeen

17

XVIII

Eighteen

18

XIX

Nineteen

19

XX

Twenty

20

 

X

Ten

10

XX

Twenty

20

XXX

Thirty

30

XL

Fourty

40

L

Fifty

50

LX

Sixty

60

LXX

Seventy

70

LXXX

Eighty

80

XC

Ninety

90

C

One Hundred

100

CX

One Hundred and Ten

110

CXX

One Hundred and Twenty

120

CXXX

One Hundred and Thirty

130

CXL

One Hundred and Fourty

140

CL

One Hundred and Fifty

150

CLX

One Hundred and Sixty

160

CLXX

One Hundred and Seventy

170

CLXXX

One Hundred and Eighty

180

CXC

One Hundred and Ninety

190

CC

Two Hundred

200

 

C

One Hundred

100

CC

Two Hundred

200

CCC

Three Hundred

300

CD

Four Hundred

400

D

Five Hundred

500

DC

Six Hundred

600

DCC

Seven Hundred

700

DCCC

Eight Hundred

800

CM

Nine Hundred

900

M

One Thousand

1000

MC

Eleven Hundred

1100

MCC

Twelve Hundred

1200

MCCC

Thirteen Hundred

1300

MCD

Fourteen Hundred

1400

MD

Fifteen Hundred

1500

MDC

Sixteen Hundred

1600

MDCC

Seventeen Hundred

1700

MDCCC

Eighteen Hundred

1800

MCM

Nineteen Hundred

1900

MM

Two Thousand

2000