Roman Numerals – Roman Numbers from 1 to 100

Roman numerals are an example of a number system that employs letters to denote a group of numbers. The letters I, V, X, L, C, D, and M were employed by the ancient Romans to represent numbers. The Roman letters were employed for counting and other regular business operations. Roman letters are used to indicate names of Popes and monarchs, as hour marks on clocks, as general suffixes for persons of all generations, etc. Let's examine the rules for Roman numbers as well as how to write and comprehend Roman numerals.