# Roman Numerals 1 to 100 (2)

In this worksheet, students must convert normal numbers to Roman Numerals up to 100. Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Read Roman Numerals (I to C/1 to 100)

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

The numbers that we use today are not the same as the ones the Romans used.

Roman Numerals were used all over the Roman Empire.

In England, they are still used occasionally, for example, on film credits and clock faces.

Remember that the Romans didn't have a symbol for the number 0.

The Romans used these symbols:

I  = 1

V = 5

X = 10

L = 50

C = 100

All other numbers up to 100 can be built using these symbols by adding or subtracting.

You should know the following:

 1 I 2 II 3 III 4 IV I before V is 1 less than 5 5 V 6 VI I after V is 1 more than 5 7 VII II after V is 2 more than 5 8 VIII III after V is 3 more than 5 9 IX I before X is 1 less than 10 10 X 11 XI I after X is 1 more than 10 12 XII II after X is 2 more than 10

We build bigger numbers by adding 10s or Xs in Roman Numerals.

 20 XX = X + X = 20 21 XXI = XX + I = 20 + 1 30 XXX = X + X + X = 30 37 XXXVII = XXX + VII = 30 + 7 40 XL = X before L is 10 less than 50 or 50 - 10 = 40 48 XLVIII = XL + VIII = 40 + 8 = 48 49 XLIX = XL + IX = 40 + 9 = 49 50 L 54 LIV = L +IV = 50 + 4 = 54 60 LX = X after L is 10 more than 50 or 50 + 10 = 60 67 LXVII = LX + VII = 60 + 7 = 67 70 LXX = L + XX = 50 + 20 = 70 80 LXXX = L + XXX = 50 + 30 = 80 84 LXXIV = L + XXXIV = 50 + 34 = 84 90 XC = X before C is 10 less than 100 or 100 - 10 = 90 96 XCVI = XC + VI = 90 + 6 = 96

Example

Convert 89 and 97 to Roman Numerals.

89 = 50 + 39 = L + XXXIX = LXXXIX

97 = 90 + 7 = XC + VII = XCVII

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

46

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

68

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

79

Choose the Roman Numeral which is equal to:

0

X

O

I

there isn't one

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

92

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

94

Match the Roman Numerals to the numbers.

## Column B

33
LXIII
53
LIII
43
XXXIII
63
XLIII

Match the Roman Numerals to the numbers.

## Column B

39
XXXIX
41
LIX
59
XCI
91
XLI

Match the Roman Numerals to the numbers.

## Column B

87
LXXXVII
89
LXXXIX
94
XCIV
96
XCVI

Match the Roman Numerals to the numbers.

## Column B

92
XCVIII
42
LXXXVIII
88
XCII
98
XLII
• Question 1

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

46

XLVI
EDDIE SAYS
46 = 40 + 6 = XL + VI = XLVI
• Question 2

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

68

LXVIII
EDDIE SAYS
68 = 50 + 18 = L + XVIII = LXVIII
• Question 3

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

79

LXXIX
EDDIE SAYS
79 = 50 + 29 = L + XXIX = LXXIX
• Question 4

Choose the Roman Numeral which is equal to:

0

there isn't one
EDDIE SAYS
The Romans didn't have a symbol for zero.
• Question 5

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

92

XCII
EDDIE SAYS
92 = 90 + 2 = XC + II = XCII
• Question 6

Write this number using Roman Numerals.

94

XCIV
EDDIE SAYS
94 = 90 + 4 = XC + IV = XCIV
• Question 7

Match the Roman Numerals to the numbers.

## Column B

33
XXXIII
53
LIII
43
XLIII
63
LXIII
EDDIE SAYS
33 = 30 + 3 = XXX + III = XXXIII
53 = 50 + 3 = L + III = LIII
43 = 40 + 3 = XL + III = XLIII
63 = 50 + 13 = L + XIII = LXIII
• Question 8

Match the Roman Numerals to the numbers.

## Column B

39
XXXIX
41
XLI
59
LIX
91
XCI
EDDIE SAYS
39 = 30 + 9 = XXX + IX = XXXIX
41 = 40 + 1 = XL + I = XLI
59 = 50 + 9 = L + IX = LIX
91 = 90 + 1 = XC + I = XCI
• Question 9

Match the Roman Numerals to the numbers.

## Column B

87
LXXXVII
89
LXXXIX
94
XCIV
96
XCVI
EDDIE SAYS
87 = 50 + 37 = L + XXXVII = LXXXVII
89 = 50 + 39 = L + XXXIX = LXXXIX
94 = 90 + 4 = XC + IV = XCIV
96 = 90 + 6 = XC + VI = XCVI
• Question 10

Match the Roman Numerals to the numbers.

## Column B

92
XCII
42
XLII
88
LXXXVIII
98
XCVIII
EDDIE SAYS
92 = 90 + 2 = XC + II = XCII
42 = 40 + 2 = XL + II = XLII
88 = 50 + 38 = L + XXXVIII = LXXXVIII
98 = 90 + 8 = XC + VIII = XCVIII
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