What Is The Roman Numeral For 25?


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Oscar De La Huerte Profile
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 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.
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Anonymous answered
The Roman Numeral For 25 is XXV
Shamia Watson Profile
Shamia Watson answered
The Roman Numeral of 25 is XXV
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Anonymous answered
XXV is the number 25 in Roman numerals.
Freddy Fischer Profile
Freddy Fischer answered
Do kids still learn that in school? We learned it back then. And that list of numbers helped me to remember. Thanks

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