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The number 25 is written as XXV in Roman numerals. If you're looking for a table showing the Roman numerals I'd suggest the following link: Roman numerals

The basic Roman numerals include:

I = 1

V = 5

X = 10

L = 50

C = 100

D = 500

M = 1000

To make a number like 25, you would use XX (two tens) to make twenty, and then you would add a V at the end for 5.

Adding an additional number after the main symbol is the main way increase a number.

So, for example, 101 would be written as CI because C is 100, and I is 1.

To write a number that is in between two major symbols, you would use the shortest transcription.

For example the number 4 could be written as IIII, but this isn't the shortest way of representing that amount, and so isn't employed.

Instead, Romans would write 4 as IV.

This is because V is the symbol for 5, and having I before it means that you actually take away I from V (or 1 from 5) making 4.

**The number 25 in Roman numerals**The way Roman numerals work is that there is a list of basic numbers, and then more complicated numbers are made by putting these numbers together in a certain way.The basic Roman numerals include:

I = 1

V = 5

X = 10

L = 50

C = 100

D = 500

M = 1000

To make a number like 25, you would use XX (two tens) to make twenty, and then you would add a V at the end for 5.

Adding an additional number after the main symbol is the main way increase a number.

So, for example, 101 would be written as CI because C is 100, and I is 1.

To write a number that is in between two major symbols, you would use the shortest transcription.

For example the number 4 could be written as IIII, but this isn't the shortest way of representing that amount, and so isn't employed.

Instead, Romans would write 4 as IV.

This is because V is the symbol for 5, and having I before it means that you actually take away I from V (or 1 from 5) making 4.