Roman practice problemsSee also practice problems: physical quantity.
Number of problems found: 13
- Addition of Roman numbers
Added together and write as decimal number: LXVII + MLXIV
- Roman numerals
Write numbers written in Roman numerals as decimal.
- Roman numerals 2+
Add up the number written in Roman numerals. Write the results as roman numbers.
- Roman numerals +
Add up the number written in Roman numerals. Write the results as a decimal number.
- Roman numerals 2-
Subtract up the number written in Roman numerals. Write the results as Roman numbers.
- Zdeněk 4090
Petr scored 18 points, Jirka half, Roman scored 3 points less than Petr, and Zdeněk one point less than Jirka. Find out how many points Zdeněk got.
- April (month)
April has 30 days. Roman saves his money in the box for the whole month. Every third day you saves 10 cents. How many cents did Roman saved during the whole month when start saving on April 1?
Roman is ranked 12th highest and eleventh lowest pupil. How many classmates does Roman have?
- Long bridge
Roman walked on the bridge. When he heard the whistle, he turned and saw running Kamil at the beginning of the bridge. If he went to him, they would meet in the middle of the bridge. Roman, however, rushed and so did not want to waste time returning 150m.
- Four-digit 10261
Roman likes magic and math. Last time he conjured with three- or four-digit numbers like this: • created two new numbers from the given number by dividing it between digits in the place of hundreds and tens (e.g., from the number 581, he would get 5 and 8
- Mathematicians 11761
The top five mathematicians in the class took on the help of the teacher in calculating the average grade from the paper. They dictated the following results: Mischa: "I came up with 3.30. " Dasha: "That's weird, because it worked out exactly 3.45. " Jana
- Students 19423
The teacher gave the students homework to rewrite 32 words. Roman rewrote more words than he was given the task. How many words could he rewrite?
- The Roman
The Roman numerals are read from left to right and they use an additive system (such as is the case in VII = 7) and subtractive system (such as is the case in IX = 9). How would you explain to your learners how they should go about deciphering the followi