# Roman Numerals to Number

## Roman numerals to numbers Calculator

Roman numerals to numbers and numbers to Roman numerals conversions are also possible.

To convert numbers from 1 to 3,999,999 into Roman numerals, use this converter. You can also enter a Roman number to retrieve the equivalent Arabic number value.

Letters are used to represent numbers in the ancient Roman numeral system, or roman numerals. The letters I, V, X, L, C, D, and M are used in modern Roman numerals.

Use the table below as converter inputs to convert Roman numerals higher than 3,999. Roman numerals with an overline should be entered using a leading underline character. Roman numerals that have a line above them have been multiplied by 1,000.

## Roman Numerals

Although not all English alphabets are roman alphabets, the roman letters are. Out of the 26 English alphabets, there are 23 roman alphabets, and J, U, and W are not included. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, V, X, Y, and Z are the letters in the Roman alphabet. Roman symbols are another name for these roman letters.

For instance, MMXIX is how the year 2019 is written.

## Roman numeral Writing Guidelines

When writing a number in roman numerals, there are specific criteria that must be adhered to. Please review the following rules.

- As many times as the symbol is repeated, its value is added to itself. (For instance, II-2, XX-20, and XX-30).
- Only three times can a symbol be repeated; for example, XXX = 30, CC = 200, etc.
- The symbols V, L, and D are unique.
- When a symbol with a lower value follows one with a higher value, their values will be added. As an illustration, VI = V + I = 5 + 1 = 6.
- When a symbol with a lower value precedes one with a higher value, the lower value symbol will be removed. As an illustration, IX = X - I = 10 - 1 = 9.
- V, L, and D are never deducted since they are not put before a sign of a higher value.
- Only the symbols V and X can be subtracted from, and only the symbols L, M, and C can be subtracted from, the sign I.