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Números romanos

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Números Romanos, signos y reglas

Números Romanos, signos y reglas

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  • 1. Números Romanos: Símbolos.  Los signos usados en la numeración romana son: I = 1 C = 100 V = 5 D = 500 X = 10 M = 1000 L = 50
  • 2. Números Romanos: Reglas.  Los signos I, X, C y M se pueden repetir hasta tres veces consecutivas.  Si una cifra está a la izquierda de otra mayor, se resta de esta.  Si una cifra está a la derecha de otra mayor, se suma a esta.  Las unidades simples se convierten en miles , colocando sobre ellas una raya horizontal
  • 3. Ejemplos: 786 = DCCLXXXVI 301 = CCCI 555 = DLV 644 = DCXLIV 407 = CDVII 837 = DCCCXXXVII 506 = 303 = 54 = 36 = 573 = 467 = 154 = 687 =

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