##### Recent Comments

aipiary from arras 2021-07-23 01:53:10This is a really good tool:It is good but

32767 must be XXXMMDCCXVII(The three X's in front is "upperlined"),

but it says it is MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMDCCXVII.

You must implement something for bigger numbers.

i agree with this. make your numbering system use upperlined and double upperlined numbers such as __M or __MCXVI with the number sys they mentioned your max is now __M__M__M__M__M__M__M__M__M__M__M Ten upperlined "M"s is max due to keeping things tidy but still i m p l i m e n t t h i s

Joyce 2021-07-07 22:36:14What would be in roman numeral in 11,000 - 4300?

Albert 2021-07-06 19:04:21It's a very good app to use

Dale 2021-06-30 20:21:39M = 1,000

_

M = 1,000,000

The line above multiplies it by 1000.

Dale 2021-06-30 20:17:20Why does your converter not include being able to put a line over a roman numeral?

The line above a multiplies it by 1000

which we learned in school.

The line is called a “vinculum”

your converter only goes up to 99,999.

Florian 2021-06-06 11:39:58Theorically, there could be a lot of different ways to write the same number. For example, 49 could be written as :

XLIX (the most conventionnal, using substractive notation),

IL (shortest but not conventionnal, using substractive notation),

XXXXVIIII (largest, using additive notation),

XXXXIX or XLVIIII (intermediate, using both notations).

Also, this converter does not support large number notations such as ↁ (IↃↃ) for five thousands, etc.

Tin 2021-06-02 10:52:09Helping me in homework

Adeola 2021-05-15 12:34:45It's fantastic and encouraging.

Marley 2021-05-13 16:59:32Awesome! It helps me with my homeschool!

Benard 2021-05-10 05:32:44It is easy to use

Thanks for help

I love this site

Daniel 2021-04-27 20:25:54I love couting roman numrals so thanks for the website

Homework hater 2021-04-25 16:41:22I love this. So helpful for my boring homework thanks

Cali 2021-04-22 13:58:11Excellent guide.

Kenny 2021-03-31 12:08:58Pls is their fraction in Roman numerals?

Harley 2021-02-08 03:41:44The Romans and others used the abacus to do their calculations. The Arabic system as demonstrated by the famous Fibonacci was clearly superior for doing calculations. The modern number system ultimately came from the itinerant artisans who traveled from the region of modern Lebanon and Israel to Egypt, to on their monuments. There is a sort of Rune stone figurine that has Egyptian hieroglyphs written on one side and a phonetic letters of a simplified Egyptian letters that represented the same message, but as an alphabet in their native language. That alphabet is the source of all modern alphabets *and* our numbers.

The Indian mathematicians created the zero to clean up the number system and over time the Arabic empire acquired both the numbers and alphabet. The did work to advance complex math like Al Gebra (the way), added to the knowledge accumulated from the Greeks and others as an amassed body of knowledge.

Eventually the knowledge came to Europe through the Spanish after they pushed Muslim rule out of Spain and began to seriously translate the Arabic into Latin where it was shared across Europe.

The rest is history after Bacon established the concept of the repeatable experiment in England. That allowed knowledge to expand based on a growing body of technology shared between members of a growing community who were in pursuit of understanding.

Thus, Roman numeral use fell to headers and the date at the end of a movie.

hiiii 2021-01-25 16:38:07hey me again! todays comment-

Charles Boylan2020-12-29 15:00:40

The letter M with a dash above it represents 1 million, eg 1000 x 1000, the dash means x by 1000, just as L with a dash above it means 50,000. and D with a dash above it means 500,000.

i like the facts, and this is completely correct, but you forgt to mention when there are 2 dashes or more, in this situation, with __L = 50,000,000

LRP 2021-01-13 01:24:35Is there a site that instructs on how to do math in roman numerals? I mean like adding a column, subtracting, dividing or doing other forms of math? Is this really all the romans were able to do "write down a number". Seems just a little lame for math. BTW I can convert the numerals to Arabic numbers do the math and convert answer back to roman however I find nothing in the literature indicating they did this or had even gotten to Arabic numbers until after their empire fell.

Tiana 2021-01-06 09:32:33Hi,very useful site. Easy to convert numbers to roman numerals and roman numerals to numbers. Can do my calculations very fast. Thank you for creating such a helpful and useful site.

Charles Boylan 2020-12-29 15:00:40The letter M with a dash above it represents 1 million, eg 1000 x 1000, the dash means x by 1000, just as L with a dash above it means 50,000. and D with a dash above it means 500,000.

Spengler 2020-12-14 21:51:43An interesting website, though it has a very conventional approach to Roman Numerals -- the Romans themselves were not quite as strict, nor were many who used them afterwards. I put in MDCCCCIL and it didn't know it, though it was used by a book from an old style publisher. The four "C"s in a row threw the program because that is not conventional, but was done sometimes, and putting an "I" for one before and "L" for fifty would not usually be how one does "49" since it would normally be more the complex XLIX. The rules are not hard and fast, but more conventional versus a little more unusual -- this one uses them as if they were hard and fast. Works though, for that purpose.

captian_marvel77 2020-12-13 16:25:14totallly in love with this website!!!!

helped me a lot.

hiiii 2020-12-07 19:08:57Today's comment is

zubairuabdullahi2020- 12-03 23:35:03

which means,there's no Roman numeral conversation in millions, I tried I couldn't get

Well apparently there is a conversion for millions, it just isn't on here. The conversion is _M

zubairuabdullahi 2020-12-03 23:35:03which means,there's no Roman numeral conversation in millions, I tried I couldn't get

hiiii 2020-12-03 18:38:55To Thad, no, it is not a roman numeral. To Didi, MM is 2000. To Dan, there is no zero because nobody has been able to find out what stands for it. Whatever it is, it is not scientifically proven yet.

hiiii 2020-12-03 18:36:13To Mrs. N, VIIX is not a roman numeral. Bigger numbers have to come first unless the first number is 4 or 9. Same goes for you Kbe, IIIVXX is not a roman numeral. i will do 2 more people. To ADRIEL, mdcccxlviii is equal to 1,848. Finally to This is a really good tool, you are right, but 32787 is _X_X_XMMDCCLXXXVII.

hiiii 2020-12-03 18:29:13Hi again. I'm answering comments for you! To Sonu, XXV is 25, and XII is 12. Hope this was helpful

hiiii 2020-12-02 18:34:21This was so fun. For some people though, it is difficult because there is nothing after M. There actually is though. for thousands (and 1M) you have one line over the letters, or one line beside. For example, 5K = _V. It is the same for millions and so on, you just add one line each time you get to M

sven 2020-10-29 21:01:03this is an amazing app it is so easy and quick to use :)

charlie 2020-10-27 16:42:54Really great site

Lilly. J 2020-10-16 16:28:04Super great! It helped me so much. :D

hi 2020-10-15 15:15:15this site is good if you want to learn roman numerals :-)

ghghg 2020-10-15 00:02:06I need all the Roman numerals please and I love your app it teach my children a lot about roman numerals and I thank u for helping

ZUFAN 2020-10-02 22:17:57It is good but it needs take a time

Hania 2020-09-28 11:46:22I love this website as it is telling lots of roman counting.

Zufan 2020-09-28 01:29:33It is good but it takes time to understand

Dan 2020-09-18 01:13:39Why is there no zero in roman numerals?

Joey 2020-09-03 01:48:27In EXE form would be great! Or Javascript?

Didi 2020-08-27 20:48:09How do we write 2000 in roman numerals

Thad 2020-08-23 10:31:07NXIVM is this a Roman number?

Vivek tiwari 2020-08-14 03:57:29Nice

joshua 2020-08-04 23:00:02speedly.

Mehul Kashyap 2020-07-28 04:41:00This website is very helpful

Gremible 2020-07-21 03:09:44I think we can see why the Roman Empire fell, or at least why there was no significant advancement in mathematics until the Spanish drove out the Moores and discovered Arabic numerals. Try doing division in Roman numerals.

Dhaneswar sing 2020-07-17 05:01:40What is 7400000008137 in roman numeral? Please tell me quickly,

Trumpisfake 2020-07-14 21:04:58Why 1999 = MCMXCIX and not MIM?

Yasmine 2020-06-28 17:05:59I understood a bit but this was quite fun!

Angelo 2020-06-09 21:24:44M = 1000

Angelo 2020-06-09 21:24:35D = 500

Sonu 2020-06-09 18:50:44Someone tattood on his arm XXV♥XII can anyone tell Me what this means?

suresh 2020-06-06 15:15:24In Roman numerals, x can be used at the most how many times?

## Recent Comments

This is a really good tool:It is good but

32767 must be XXXMMDCCXVII(The three X's in front is "upperlined"),

but it says it is MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMDCCXVII.

You must implement something for bigger numbers.

i agree with this. make your numbering system use upperlined and double upperlined numbers such as __M or __MCXVI with the number sys they mentioned your max is now __M__M__M__M__M__M__M__M__M__M__M Ten upperlined "M"s is max due to keeping things tidy but still i m p l i m e n t t h i s

What would be in roman numeral in 11,000 - 4300?

It's a very good app to use

M = 1,000

_

M = 1,000,000

The line above multiplies it by 1000.

Why does your converter not include being able to put a line over a roman numeral?

The line above a multiplies it by 1000

which we learned in school.

The line is called a “vinculum”

your converter only goes up to 99,999.

Theorically, there could be a lot of different ways to write the same number. For example, 49 could be written as :

XLIX (the most conventionnal, using substractive notation),

IL (shortest but not conventionnal, using substractive notation),

XXXXVIIII (largest, using additive notation),

XXXXIX or XLVIIII (intermediate, using both notations).

Also, this converter does not support large number notations such as ↁ (IↃↃ) for five thousands, etc.

Helping me in homework

It's fantastic and encouraging.

Awesome! It helps me with my homeschool!

It is easy to use

Thanks for help

I love this site

I love couting roman numrals so thanks for the website

I love this. So helpful for my boring homework thanks

Excellent guide.

Pls is their fraction in Roman numerals?

The Romans and others used the abacus to do their calculations. The Arabic system as demonstrated by the famous Fibonacci was clearly superior for doing calculations. The modern number system ultimately came from the itinerant artisans who traveled from the region of modern Lebanon and Israel to Egypt, to on their monuments. There is a sort of Rune stone figurine that has Egyptian hieroglyphs written on one side and a phonetic letters of a simplified Egyptian letters that represented the same message, but as an alphabet in their native language. That alphabet is the source of all modern alphabets *and* our numbers.

The Indian mathematicians created the zero to clean up the number system and over time the Arabic empire acquired both the numbers and alphabet. The did work to advance complex math like Al Gebra (the way), added to the knowledge accumulated from the Greeks and others as an amassed body of knowledge.

Eventually the knowledge came to Europe through the Spanish after they pushed Muslim rule out of Spain and began to seriously translate the Arabic into Latin where it was shared across Europe.

The rest is history after Bacon established the concept of the repeatable experiment in England. That allowed knowledge to expand based on a growing body of technology shared between members of a growing community who were in pursuit of understanding.

Thus, Roman numeral use fell to headers and the date at the end of a movie.

hey me again! todays comment-

Charles Boylan2020-12-29 15:00:40

The letter M with a dash above it represents 1 million, eg 1000 x 1000, the dash means x by 1000, just as L with a dash above it means 50,000. and D with a dash above it means 500,000.

i like the facts, and this is completely correct, but you forgt to mention when there are 2 dashes or more, in this situation, with __L = 50,000,000

Is there a site that instructs on how to do math in roman numerals? I mean like adding a column, subtracting, dividing or doing other forms of math? Is this really all the romans were able to do "write down a number". Seems just a little lame for math. BTW I can convert the numerals to Arabic numbers do the math and convert answer back to roman however I find nothing in the literature indicating they did this or had even gotten to Arabic numbers until after their empire fell.

Hi,very useful site. Easy to convert numbers to roman numerals and roman numerals to numbers. Can do my calculations very fast. Thank you for creating such a helpful and useful site.

The letter M with a dash above it represents 1 million, eg 1000 x 1000, the dash means x by 1000, just as L with a dash above it means 50,000. and D with a dash above it means 500,000.

An interesting website, though it has a very conventional approach to Roman Numerals -- the Romans themselves were not quite as strict, nor were many who used them afterwards. I put in MDCCCCIL and it didn't know it, though it was used by a book from an old style publisher. The four "C"s in a row threw the program because that is not conventional, but was done sometimes, and putting an "I" for one before and "L" for fifty would not usually be how one does "49" since it would normally be more the complex XLIX. The rules are not hard and fast, but more conventional versus a little more unusual -- this one uses them as if they were hard and fast. Works though, for that purpose.

totallly in love with this website!!!!

helped me a lot.

Today's comment is

zubairuabdullahi2020- 12-03 23:35:03

which means,there's no Roman numeral conversation in millions, I tried I couldn't get

Well apparently there is a conversion for millions, it just isn't on here. The conversion is _M

which means,there's no Roman numeral conversation in millions, I tried I couldn't get

To Thad, no, it is not a roman numeral. To Didi, MM is 2000. To Dan, there is no zero because nobody has been able to find out what stands for it. Whatever it is, it is not scientifically proven yet.

To Mrs. N, VIIX is not a roman numeral. Bigger numbers have to come first unless the first number is 4 or 9. Same goes for you Kbe, IIIVXX is not a roman numeral. i will do 2 more people. To ADRIEL, mdcccxlviii is equal to 1,848. Finally to This is a really good tool, you are right, but 32787 is _X_X_XMMDCCLXXXVII.

Hi again. I'm answering comments for you! To Sonu, XXV is 25, and XII is 12. Hope this was helpful

This was so fun. For some people though, it is difficult because there is nothing after M. There actually is though. for thousands (and 1M) you have one line over the letters, or one line beside. For example, 5K = _V. It is the same for millions and so on, you just add one line each time you get to M

this is an amazing app it is so easy and quick to use :)

Really great site

Super great! It helped me so much. :D

this site is good if you want to learn roman numerals :-)

I need all the Roman numerals please and I love your app it teach my children a lot about roman numerals and I thank u for helping

It is good but it needs take a time

I love this website as it is telling lots of roman counting.

It is good but it takes time to understand

Why is there no zero in roman numerals?

In EXE form would be great! Or Javascript?

How do we write 2000 in roman numerals

NXIVM is this a Roman number?

Nice

speedly.

This website is very helpful

I think we can see why the Roman Empire fell, or at least why there was no significant advancement in mathematics until the Spanish drove out the Moores and discovered Arabic numerals. Try doing division in Roman numerals.

What is 7400000008137 in roman numeral? Please tell me quickly,

Why 1999 = MCMXCIX and not MIM?

I understood a bit but this was quite fun!

M = 1000

D = 500

Someone tattood on his arm XXV♥XII can anyone tell Me what this means?

In Roman numerals, x can be used at the most how many times?