## Roman Numerals 1 to 10000

Roman Numerals 1 to 10000 is a list showing numbers from 1 to 10000 in their Roman numeral forms. This list helps students learn Roman numeral translations easily. By understanding Roman numerals from 1 to 10000, students can also learn to form new numbers. This article covers all the rules for writing Roman numerals from 1 to 10000. Let’s explore these rules together on this page.

## Roman Numerals 1 to 10000 Chart

## List of Roman Numerals 1 to 10000

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 |

26 – XXVI | 27 – XXVII | 28 – XXVIII | 29 – XXIX | 30 – XXX |

31 – XXXI | 32 – XXXII | 33 – XXXIII | 34 – XXXIV | 35 – XXXV |

36 – XXXVI | 37 – XXXVII | 38 – XXXVIII | 39 – XXXIX | 40 – XL |

41 – XLI | 42 – XLII | 43 – XLIII | 44 – XLIV | 45 – XLV |

46 – XLVI | 47 – XLVII | 48 – XLVIII | 49 – XLIX | 50 – L |

51 – LI | 52 – LII | 53 – LIII | 54 – LIV | 55 – LV |

56 – LVI | 57 – LVII | 58 – LVIII | 59 – LIX | 60 – LX |

61 – LXI | 62 – LXII | 63 – LXIII | 64 – LXIV | 65 – LXV |

66 – LXVI | 67 – LXVII | 68 – LXVIII | 69 – LXIX | 70 – LXX |

71 – LXXI | 72 – LXXII | 73 – LXXIII | 74 – LXXIV | 75 – LXXV |

76 – LXXVI | 77 – LXXVII | 78 – LXXVIII | 79 – LXXIX | 80 – LXXX |

81 – LXXXI | 82 – LXXXII | 83 – LXXXIII | 84 – LXXXIV | 85 – LXXXV |

86 – LXXXVI | 87 – LXXXVII | 88 – LXXXVIII | 89 – LXXXIX | 90 – XC |

91 – XCI | 92 – XCII | 93 – XCIII | 94 – XCIV | 95 – XCV |

96 – XCVI | 97 – XCVII | 98 – XCVIII | 99 – XCIX | 100 – C |

150 – CL | 200 – CC | 250 – CCL | 300 – CCC | 350 – CCCL |

400 – CD | 450 – CDL | 500 – D | 550 – DL | 600 – DC |

650 – DCL | 700 – DCC | 750 – DCCL | 800 – DCCC | 850 – DCCCL |

900 – CM | 950 – CML | 1000 – M | 1050 – ML | 1100 – MC |

1150 – MCL | 1200 – MCC | 1250 – MCCL | 1300 – MCCC | 1350 – MCCCL |

1400 – MCD | 1450 – MCDL | 1500 – MD | 1600 – MDC | 1700 – MDCC |

1800 – MDCCC | 1900 – MCM | 2000 – MM | 2500 – MMD | 3000 – MMM |

3500 – MMMD | 4000 – MV̅ | 4500 – MV̅D | 5000 – V̅ | 5500 – V̅D |

6000 – V̅M | 6500 – V̅MD | 7000 – V̅MM | 7500 – V̅MMD | 8000 – V̅MMM |

8500 – V̅MMMD | 9000 – MX̅ | 9500 – MX̅D | 10000 – X̅ |

## How to Write Roman Numerals 1 to 10000?

**Method 1:**Break the number into its smallest parts, write their Roman numerals, and then add or subtract them. For example, take the number 2847. Break it down as 2847 = 1000 + 1000 + 500 + 100 + 100 + 100 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 5 + 1 + 1 = M + M + D + C + C + C + X + X + X + V + I + I = MMDCCCLVII.**Method 2:**Group the numbers for addition. For example, take the number 2847. Group it as 2847 = 2000 + 800 + 40 + 7. Convert each group to Roman numerals: 2000 = MM, 800 = DCCC, 40 = XL, and 7 = VII. Therefore, 2847 = MM + DCCC + XL + VII = MMDCCCXLVII.

Both methods can be used to write Roman numerals from 1 to 10,000.

## Rules to Write Roman Numerals 1 to 10000

- When a bigger numeral precedes a smaller numeral, their values are added. For example, in MI, M is greater than I (M>I), so MI equals M + I, which is 1000 + 1 = 1001.
- When a smaller numeral precedes a bigger numeral, their values are subtracted. For example, in CD, C is less than D (C<D), so CD equals D – C, which is 500 – 100 = 400.
- When a numeral is repeated multiple times, their values are added. For example, MMM equals M + M + M, which is 1000 + 1000 + 1000 = 3000.
- The same numeral cannot be used more than three times in a row. Additionally, V, L, and D cannot be repeated; they can only appear once.

## Solved Problems

**Problem 1: Convert the number 467 to Roman numerals**

Break down the number: 467 = 400 + 60 + 7

- 400 = CD
- 60 = LX
- 7 = VII Thus, 467 in Roman numerals is
**CDLXVII**.

**Problem 2: What is the sum of MDCLXVI and CCC in Roman numerals**?

- MDCLXVI = 1666
- CCC = 300
- 1666 + 300 = 1966

1966 in Roman numerals is**MCMLXVI**.

**Problem 3:** **What is the result when you subtract DCCC from MM in Roman numerals**

- MM = 2000
- DCCC = 800
- 2000 – 800 = 1200

1200 in Roman numerals is**MCC**.

**Problem 4: Convert the Roman numeral MMXIV to a number**

- MM = 2000
- X = 10
- IV = 4
- 2000 + 10 + 4 = 2014 Thus, MMXIV equals
**2014**.

**Problem 5:** **Write the number 7489 in Roman numerals**

Break down the number: 7489 = 7000 + 400 + 80 + 9

- 7000 = V̅I̅I̅ (or VII with an overline)
- 400 = CD
- 80 = LXXX
- 9 = IX

Thus, 7489 in Roman numerals is**V̅I̅I̅CDLXXXIX**.

## What does Z mean in Roman numerals?

Z is not a Roman numeral. The Romans did not use the letter Z in their numbering system.

## What is XL in Roman numerals?

XL in Roman numerals equals 40. X (10) precedes L (50), indicating subtraction: 50 – 10 = 40.

## Is 45 a VL or XLV?

45 is XLV in Roman numerals, not VL. XLV represents 40 (XL) plus 5 (V).

## What does C stand for in Roman numerals?

C in Roman numerals stands for 100. It originates from the Latin word “centum,” meaning one hundred.