Roman Numerals

Roman Numerals
  Roman Numerals
  I 1
  II 2
  III 3
  IV 4
  V 5
  VI 6
  VII 7
  VIII 8
  IX 9
  X 10
  XI 11
  XII 12
  XIII 13
  XIV 14
  XV 15
  XVI 16
  XVII 17
  XVIII 18
  XIX 19
  XX 20
  XXI 21
  XXX 30
  XL 40
  L 50
  XC 90
  C 100
  CC 200
  D 500
  DC 600
  DCC 700
  CM 900
  M 1000
  MC 1100
  MCMXCII 1992
  MCMXCIII 1993
  MCMXCIV 1994
  MCMXCV 1995
  MCMXCVI 1996
  MCMXCVII 1997
  MCMXCVIII 1998
  MCMXCIX 1999
  MM 2000

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