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Roman Numerals Quiz

Do you know how to read roman numerals? Take this quiz and find out!

Quiz

1. V is the same as:

  • 5.
  • 10.
  • 50.

2. A boy turning 14 would probably have this many candles on his cake:

  • XIIII.
  • XIV.
  • CIIII.

3. If Pamela had V popsicles and ate III, how many would she have left?

  • II.
  • VII.
  • VIII.

4. If Julius has 7 books and Nancy has 9, how many books do they have altogether?

  • IL.
  • XVI.
  • VIIIX.

5. If you evenly divided D beads among C jars, how many beads would be in each jar?

  • V.
  • X.
  • DC.

6. Which is bigger, DI or LI?

  • DI.
  • LI.
  • There is no L.

7. The word MIX happens to be Roman numerals for:

  • 119.
  • 910.
  • 1009.

8. In Roman numerals, the movie title 2001: A Space Odyssey would be:

  • CCI: A Space Odyssey.
  • IMM: A Space Odyssey.
  • MMI: A Space Odyssey.

9. Which number is longer when written in Roman numerals, 63 or 159?

  • 63.
  • 159.
  • They are the same length.

10. If you have a book with a copyright date of MCMXLVIII, it was published in:

  • 1918.
  • 1948.
  • 1998.

1. V is the same as:
5.

2. A boy turning 14 would probably have this many candles on his cake:
XIV.

3. If Pamela had V popsicles and ate III, how many would she have left?
II.

4. If Julius has 7 books and Nancy has 9, how many books do they have altogether?
XVI.

5. If you evenly divided D beads among C jars, how many beads would be in each jar?
V.

6. Which is bigger, DI or LI?
DI.

7. The word MIX happens to be Roman numerals for:
1009.

8. In Roman numerals, the movie title 2001: A Space Odyssey would be:
MMI: A Space Odyssey.

9. Which number is longer when written in Roman numerals, 63 or 159?
63.

10. If you have a book with a copyright date of MCMXLVIII, it was published in:
1948.

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