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Imagine if we still used Roman numerals today. What would your monthly mortgage payment look like?Female Ancient Rome Even worse, what would a mortgaged amount, such as $300,000 look like in Roman Numerals? Of course, it would be ridiculous! Even though we don't tally our mortgage figures in Roman numerals, still Roman numerals are used on a widespread basis today.

 

Many clocks use Roman numerals. When buildings are completed there is often a cement slab at the bottom telling the year the building was erected and the year is often denoted in Roman numbers instead of decimal numbers. For instance, if the year the building was put up was the year 1934 the number will look like this; MCMXXXIV.

 

So, being able to read and write Roman numerals is still useful, if not very important, today. This is the reason for our website; namely to help you and me for that matter read and interpret this ancient system of writing down numbers.

 

Roman ColesseumHere you can learn how to easily count from 1 to 100 using the chart in the video on this page. You can refer to the chart below to find any decimal number from 1 to 100 and find the corresponding Roman numeral. Also, for your convenience, entertainment and education, make sure to watch the video.

 

As the video plays, the numbers count up from 1 to 100 giving you both the Roman numeral and the corresponding Arabic, or decimal, number. The video is about 4 min. long. This is a great way for anyone to learn how to count using the Roman numbering system.

 

Here is that entertaining and hopefully, very helpful video:

 

However, the chart is a great reference and shows all the numbers of 1 to 100 so you can browse them at your own pace. This is also a great reference. For instance, before you actually learn how to count to 100 you may just want to see what one particular number is and you might want to gather that information very quickly. If you wanted to find out what the Roman counterpart to the Arabic number 29 looks like you would just look at the chart to find out it is XXIX. Or, if it was the number 99 you were stuck at, you could look at the chart to find out this looks like XCIX.

 

Here is the Roman numerals 1-100 chart:

1-25

26-50

51-75

76-100

1

I

26

XXVI

51

LI

76

LXXVI

2

II

27

XXVII

52

LII

77

LXXVII

3

III

28

XXVIII

53

LIII

78

LXXVIII

4

IV

29

XXIX

54

LIV

79

LXXIV

5

V

30

XXX

55

LV

80

LXXX

6

VI

31

XXXI

56

LVI

81

LXXXI

7

VII

32

XXXII

57

LVII

82

LXXXII

8

VIII

33

XXXIII

58

LVIII

83

LXXXIII

9

IX

34

XXXIV

59

LIX

84

LXXXIV

10

X

35

XXXV

60

LX

85

LXXXV

11

XI

36

XXXVI

61

LXI

86

LXXXVI

12

XII

37

XXXVII

62

LXII

87

LXXXVII

13

XIII

38

XXXVIII

63

LXIII

88

LXXXVIII

14

XIV

39

XXXIX

64

LXIV

89

LXXXIX

15

XV

40

XL

65

LXV

90

XC

16

XVI

41

XLI

66

LXVI

91

XCI

17

XVII

42

XLII

67

LXVII

92

XCII

18

XVIII

43

XLIII

68

LXVIII

93

XCIII

19

XIX

44

XLIV

69

LXIX

94

XCIV

20

XX

45

XLV

70

LXX

95

XCV

21

XXI

46

XLVI

71

LXXI

96

XCVI

22

XXII

47

XLVII

72

LXXII

97

XCVII

23

XXIII

48

XLVIII

73

LXXIII

98

XCVIII

24

XXIV

49

XLIX

74

LXXIV

99

XCIX

25

XXV

50

L

75

LXXV

100

C

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