# Roman Numerals Chart

**Tips of chart usage:**

- Write numerals left to right, with the largest numeral first.
- The largest numeral possible is used at each stage.
- No more than three instances of same adjacent numeral. Occasionally number 4 is written not as IV but as IIII to add symmetry and balance to a watch or clock face.
- A smaller numeral such as I or X placed before a larger one has the effect of minus - thus IV is one less then five, or four. This is called the subtraction principle and only one numeral can be placed to the left. The small numeral must be a power of ten: I, X or C; (1, 10 or 100)

Arabic Numerals | Roman Numerals |

1 | I |

2 | II |

3 | III |

4 | IV |

5 | V |

6 | VI |

7 | VII |

8 | VIII |

9 | IX |

10 | X |

11 | XI |

12 | XII |

13 | XIII |

14 | XIV |

15 | XV |

16 | XVI |

17 | XVII |

18 | XVIII |

19 | XIX |

20 | XX |

21 | XXI |

22 | XXII |

23 | XXIII |

24 | XXIV |

25 | XXV |

30 | XXX |

40 | XL |

50 | L |

60 | LX |

70 | LXX |

80 | LXXX |

90 | XC |

100 | C |

200 | CC |

300 | CCC |

400 | CD |

500 | D |

600 | DC |

700 | DCC |

753 | DCCLIII |

800 | DCCC |

900 | CM |

1000 | M |

1900 | MCM |

2000 | MM |

2100 | MMC |

3000 | MMM |

4000 | MMMM |

5000 | V |

6000 | VM |

7000 | VMM |

8000 | VMMM |

9000 | MX |

10,000 | X |

11,000 | XM |

12,000 | XMM |

50,000 | L |

60,000 | LX |

80,000 | LXXX |

90,099 | XCXCIX |

100,000 | C |

200,000 | CC |

200,100 | CCC |

200,510 | CCDX |

500,000 | D |

600,000 | DC |

700,000 | DCC |

1,000,000 | M |