Read and Write Roman Numeral I

Roman numeral symbols are written and read from left to right, from highest to lowest values. If I is text, it is the number 1.

Miscellaneous & Conversions For 1

 Written English One Roman Numeral 1 I RGB Colour (# 001 or #000001)

 Decimal / Number 1 Binary 1 Ternary 1 Hexadecimal (Hex) 0x1 Quaternary 1 Quinary 1 Senary (Heximal) 1 Octal 1 Duodecimal (Dozenal) 1

Mathematics

 Factorial: 1! 1 Harshad Number: 1 True Triangular Number Of 1 1 Square Root: √1 1 Cube Root (Root 3): 3√1 1 Tesseract Root (Root 4): 4√1 1 Quintal / nth Root. (Root 5) 5√1 1 ¾ Root 1 Fibonnaci # 1 1 Recipricol 1/ 1 1 Quarter 1/4 0.25 or 0.25/1 Half 1/2 0.50 or 0.50/1 Third 1/3 0.33 or 0.33/1

Roman Numeral Chart. Read & Write 1

Reading and writing roman numerals isn't common knowledge. However, this roman numeral chart should help you read and write numbers in roman numerals from 1 to 1,000,000. Using an overline symbol is times 1,000. ( Example: X means to add 3 zeros to your number. So X which is 5, but written as X with the overline is 5,000.

• When a symbol appears after a larger symbol it is added: Example: VI = V + I = 5 + 1 = 6
• When a symbol appears before a larger symbol it is subtracted: Example: IX = X - I = 10 - 1 = 9
• Do not use the same symbol more than 3 times. But, IIII is sometimes used for 4
 1 I 10 x 500 D 1,001 MI 2 II 20 XX 501 DI 1,002 MII 3 III 30 XXX 530 DXXX 1,030 MXXX 4 IV 40 XL 550 DL 1,550 MDL 5 V 50 L 600 DC 1,555 MDLV 6 VI 60 LX 650 DCL 5,000 V 7 VII 70 LXX 700 DCC 10,000 X 8 VIII 80 LXXX 800 DCCC 50,000 L 9 IX 90 XC 890 DCCCXC 100,000 C 10 X 95 XCV 900 CM 500,000 D 11 XI 99 XCIX 950 CML 1,000,000 M 12 XII... 100 C 1000 M
 39 XXXIX 37 XXXVII

2% Fibonacci
38% Numbers
20% Binary