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Roman Numeral Sign 1 - 10,000

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 1 page | Years: 3 - 7

Roman numerals can be difficult to learn and retain. Use this poster as a visual stimulus in your classroom.

This poster displays all of the key Roman numerals that students will need to know.

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  • Aashma Kurrey
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    This is great i like it.. its really helpful

  • Michelle Powell
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    This is great. It's not necessarily in the curriculum, but we have had conversations where Roman Numerals have been discussed. This will be great for them.

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    @Josh there is no symbol for 5000 and 10000, the bar (line on the top) represents a multiple of 1000, so anything underneath the bar gets multiplied by 1000. So when you get to 1000 above that the M can be seen as the I for high numbers.  So MV is 4. (think of it as IV) and with the bar above it the 4 gets multiplied by 1000 to get 4000. so the X with the bar on top of it is not the symbol for 10000 as such it just represents 10 x 1000

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    Hi there, I can't find the symbol on character map for the 5,000 and 10,000, so for this question; (V) = 5,000 (X) = 10,000 4,000 is written here as (MV). Should it be written as M (V)? Thanks, Josh