Ancient Rome - Roman Numerals

Test Quiz

1. Which of the following is the Roman numeral for the number 5?

a. I

b. X

c. V

d. L

e. C

2. How many of the same letters can you put in a row in Roman numerals?

a. Only 1

b. 2

c. 3

d. 5

e. As many as you want

3. When do you subtract the value of a letter instead of adding it in Roman numerals?

a. When a letter of lower value comes before a letter of higher value

b. When two letters of the same value are used in a row

c. When a letter of higher value comes before a letter of lower value

d. You never subtract in Roman numerals

e.

4. What is the Roman numeral for 7?

a. IIV

b. XII

c. LL

d. ICI

e. VII

5. Which of the following is the Roman numeral for the number 10?

a. I

b. X

c. V

d. L

e. C

6. What is the Roman numeral for 33?

a. XIII

b. IIIL

c. XXII

d. XXXIII

e. XXLIII

7. Which of the following is the Roman numeral for the number 50?

a. I

b. X

c. V

d. L

e. C

8. What number does the Roman numeral IX represent?

a. 4

b. 7

c. 9

d. 11

e. 19

9. Which of the following is the Roman numeral for the number 100?

a. I

b. X

c. V

d. L

e. C

10. What number does the Roman numeral LXXIV represent?

a. 45

b. 74

c. 92

d. 114

e. 374

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