Q: What are the roman numerals for 1 to 5?

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Decimals cannot be written in Roman numerals. Roman numerals correspond to whole, real, positive integers.Cannot be roman numerals:1/5-5-1/50.15-0.15Can be roman numerals1510501005001000

4 in Roman numerals can be IIII (4) or IV (5-1)

Roman Numerals: X=10 V=5 I=1 so... 10*3=30 5*1=5 1*2=2 30+5+2=37

1006 in Roman numerals is MVIDDVI (500+500+5+1 = 1006) but 1006 in Roman numerals is normally MVI (1000+5+1 = 1006)

5001 is written as MMMMI in Roman numerals.

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Decimals cannot be written in Roman numerals. Roman numerals correspond to whole, real, positive integers.Cannot be roman numerals:1/5-5-1/50.15-0.15Can be roman numerals1510501005001000

4 in Roman numerals can be IIII (4) or IV (5-1)

Roman Numerals: X=10 V=5 I=1 so... 10*3=30 5*1=5 1*2=2 30+5+2=37

1006 in Roman numerals is MVIDDVI (500+500+5+1 = 1006) but 1006 in Roman numerals is normally MVI (1000+5+1 = 1006)

5001 is written as MMMMI in Roman numerals.

MMVII is the number 2007 in Roman numerals. MMVII would be the roman numeral for 2007. M = 1,000 V = 5 I = 1

7 = 5 + 1 + 1 = VII

The Roman numerals VIIII (5+1+1+1+1=9) represents the number 9 and they can be simplified to IX (-1+10=9)

The equivalent of 1 to 5 in Roman numerals are I, II, III, IIII or IV and V respectively

5 in Roman numerals is written as: V

Roman numerals were the Roman's system of numbers. Such as we have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc... Those were there numbering system

dcccxviii (in capital letters) 500+100+100+100+10+5+1+1+1