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1. Solve the following and Add the Roman Numerals

(i) XXVIII + LV

(ii) CV + CLXV

(iii) CLXXXIX + MCXXIV

(iv) XXXVII + XLIV

## Solution:

For adding any two Roman numerical we to covert given numbers Roman numerals into Hindi-Arabic numbers.

(i) XXVIII + LV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral XXVIII = 2(X) + V + 3(I)

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 2(10) + 5 + 3(1)

Add all those integers = 28

Now So the sameÂ LV = L + V

= 50 + 5

= 55

Now that we have values of XXVIII and LV, we can solve them by adding the obtained values.

So, XXVII + LV = 28 + 55

= 83.

(ii) CV + CLXV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral CV = C + V

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 100 + 5

Add all those integers = 105

Now do the same as above CLXV = C +L +X + V

= 100 + 50 + 10 + 5

= 165

Now that we have values of CV and CLXV, we can solve them by adding the obtained values.

So, CV + CLXV = 105 + 165

= 270.

(iii)CLXXXIX + MCXXIV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral CLXXXIX = C + L + 3(X) + IX

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers= 100 + 50 + 3(10) + (10-9)

Add all those integers = 189

Now do same as above MCXXIV = M + C + 2(X) + IV

= 1000 + 100 + 2(10) + (5-1)

= 1124.

Now that we have values of CLXXXIX and MCXXIV, we can solve them by adding the obtained values.

So, CLXXXIX + MCXXIV = 189 + 1124

= 1313.

(iv) XXXVII + XLIV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral XXXVII = 3(X) + V + 2(I)

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers= 3(10) + 5 + 2(1)

Add all those integersÂ = 37

Now do the same as above XLIV = XL + IV +

= (50 â€“ 10) + (5 – 1)

= 44.

Now that we have values of CLXXXIX and MCXXIV, we can solve them by adding the obtained values.

So, XXXVII + XLIV = 37 + 44

= 81.

2. Solve given equations by subtracting roman numerals.

(i) CXCII – LXXIX

(ii) MMMCCXI – CCVIII

(iii) XXVIII â€“ XXIV

(iv) CC â€“ VV

## Solution:

For subtracting any two Roman numerical we to covert given numbers Roman numerals into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

(i) CXCII – LXXIX

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral LXXIX = L + 2(X) + (X – 1)

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers =(50)+2(10)+(10-1)

Now let’s add integers = 79

Now do the same as above CXCII = C + XC +2(1)

= 100 + (100 – 10) + 2(1)

= 192

Now that we have values of LXXIX and CXCII, we can solve the equation by subtracting the obtained values.

So, CXCII – LXXIX = 192 – 79

= 270.

(ii) MMMCCXI – CCVIII

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral MMMCCXI = 3(M) + 2(C) + X + I

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers= 3(1000) + 2(100) + 10 + 1

Now let’s add integersÂ Â = 3211

Now do the same as above CCVIII = 2(C) + V +3(1)

= 2(100) + 5 + 3(1)

= 208

Now that we have values of MMMCCXI and CCVIII, we can solve our equation by subtracting the obtained values.

So, MMMCCXI – CCVIII = 3211 – 208

= 3003.

(iii) XXVIII – XXIV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral XXVIII = 2(X) + V + 3(I)

As we know what our above numerals stand for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 2(10) + 5 + 3(1)

Now let’s add integers = 28

Now do the same as above XXIV = 2(X) + IV

= 2(10) + (5 â€“ 1)

= 24

Now that we have values of XXVIII and XXIV, we can solve the equation by subtracting the obtained values.

So, XXVIII – XXIV = 28 – 24

= 4.

(iv) CC â€“VV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral CC = 2(C)

As we know what our above numerals stand for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 2(100)

Now let’s add integers = 200

Now do the same as above VV = 2(V)

= 2(5)

= 10

Now that we have values of CC and VV, we can solve by subtracting the obtained values.

So, CC – VV = 200 – 10

= 190.

3. Solve given equations by multiplying roman numerals.

(i) CC * CV

(ii) CLX * CLV

(iii) MCV * LX

(iv) LXI * CXIII

## Solution:

For multiplying any two Roman numerical we need to convert the given numbers Roman numerals into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

(i) CC * CV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral CC = 2(C)

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 2(100)

Solve the equation = 200

Now do the same as above CV = C + V

= 100 + 5

= 105

Now that we have values of CC and VV, we can our equation solve by multiplying the obtained values.

So, CC * CV = 200 * 105

= 21000.

(ii) CLX * CLV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral CLX = C + L + X

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 100 + 50 + 10

Solve the above equation = 160

Now do the same as above CLV = C + L + V

= 100 + 50 + 5

= 155

Now that we have values of CLX and CLV, we can solve our equation by multiplying the obtained values.

So, CLX * CLV = 160 * 155

= 24800.

(iii) MCV * LX

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral MCV = M + C + V

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 1000 + 100 + 10

Solve the above equation = 1110

Now do same as above LX = L + X

= 50 + 1

= 51

Now that we have values of MCV and LX, we can solve our equation by multiplying the obtained values.

So, MCV * LX = 1110 * 51

= 56610.

(iv) LXI * CXIII

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral LXI = L + X + I

As we know what our above numerals stands for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 50 + 10 + 1

Now solve the above equation = 61

Now do same as above CXIII = C + X + 3(1)

= 100 + 10 + 3(1)

= 53

Now that we have values of LXI and CXIII, we can solve our equation by multiplying the obtained values.

So, LXI * CXIII = 61 * 53

= 3233.

4. Solve given equations by dividing roman numerals.

(i) CCL / XXV

(ii) MMM / L

(iii) CXXV / XXV

(iv) MCXI / XI

## Solution:

For dividing any two Roman numerical we have to covert the given numbers Roman numerals into Hindi-Arabic numbers.

(i) CCL / XXV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral CCL= 2(C) + L.

As we know what our above numerals stand for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 2(100) + 50.

Now solve the above equation = 250.

Now do same as above XXV= 2(X) + V.

= 2(10) + 5

= 25

Now that we have values of CCL and XXV, we can solve our equation by dividing the obtained values.

So, CCL / XXV = 250 / 25

= 10.

(ii) MMM / L

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral MMM= 3(M).

As we know what our above numerals stand for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 3(1000).

Now solve the above equation = 3000.

Now do the same as above L= 50.

Now that we have values of MMM and L, we can solve our equation by dividing the obtained values.

So, MMM / L= 3000 / 50.

= 60

(iii) CXXV / XXV

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral CXXV = C + 2(X) + V.

As we know what our above numerals stand for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 100 + 2(10) + 5.

Now solve the above equation = 125.

Now do same as above XXV= 2(X) + V.

= 2(10) + 5

= 25

Now that we have values of CXXV and XXV, we can solve our equation by dividing the obtained values.

So, CXXV / XXV = 125 / 25

= 5

(iv) MCXI / XI

Letâ€™s solve the equation by initially converting it into Hindu-Arabic numbers.

To do so let’s split our numeral MCXI = M+ C + X + I.

As we know what our above numerals stand for let’s substitute them with respective integers = 1000 +100 + 10 + 1.

Now solve the above equation = 1111.

Now do same as above XI = 11

Now that we have values of MCXI and XI, we can solve our equation by dividing the obtained values.

So, MCXI / XI = 1111 / 11

= 101.