# Roman numerals

Write numbers written in Roman numerals as decimal.

**Result****Leave us a comment of example and its solution (i.e. if it is still somewhat unclear...):**

**Showing 0 comments:**

**Be the first to comment!**

#### To solve this example are needed these knowledge from mathematics:

## Next similar examples:

- Roman numerals +

Add up the number writtens in Roman numerals. Write the results as a decimal number. - Addition of Roman numbers

Added together and write as decimal number: XXXIV + MDCCXII - Written number

Place+values x ten thousands =30 thousands - What is missing (1000)

What number is to add to get 1000? - Summand

One of the summands is 145. The second is 10 more. Determine the sum of the summands. - I think

I think a number. When I multiply it by five, and after that I subtract 477, I get the same number as if I multiplied it twice. What number do I think? - Number unknown

Adela thought the two-digit number, she added it to its ten times and got 407. What number does she think? - Mystery number

A mystery number is between 800 and 920. No digits are the same. The difference of the number is 5. What is the mystery number? - Cords joining

Mum needs 6 cords long 360cm long. How many does she need when they are sold at 9 meters and does not want to join it up? - Division

Which number in division 16 give 12 and the rest 3? - Primes 2

Which prime numbers is number 2025 divisible? - Subtraction

Test what do you know about the subtraction of two numbers: a) make a difference if the minuend 4,307,288 and subtrahend is 472008 b) minuend is 4000 more than subtrahend. What's the difference? c) the difference is 38900 less than the minuend. What is th - Product

Result of the product of the numbers 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 0 is: - To thousands

Round to thousands following numbers: - Doctors

In the city operates 171 doctors. The city has 128934 citizens. How many citizens are per one doctor? - Compare

Compare with characters >, <, =: 85.57 ? 80.83 - Triangle

Prove whether you can construct a triangle ABC, if a=9 cm, b=10 cm, c=4 cm.