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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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  • 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

    Comment by Josh on September 18, 2013 at 9:16 pm


  • @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

    Comment by jake on October 13, 2013 at 6:23 pm


  • 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.

    Comment by Michelle Powell on December 12, 2014 at 9:26 am


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

    Comment by Aashma Kurrey on April 10, 2015 at 1:43 pm


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