# Practice Paper on Operations of Roman Numerals

## Worksheet on Operations of Roman Numerals

In Practice Paper on Operations on Roman Numerals we will solve various types of practice questions on Addition on Roman Numerals; subtraction of Roman Numerals; multiplication of Roman Numerals; division of Roman Numerals and some word problems on Roman Numerals. Here you will get 8 different types of questions on Mixed Operations with Roman Numerals.

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1. Find the sum of the given Roman numerals in International numerical form.

2. Find the difference of the given Roman numerals in International numerical form.

3. Change the International numerical numerals into Roman numerals and find the difference. Give your answer in Roman numerals.

(1) 42 – 12 = __________

(2) 147 – 38 = __________

(3) 58 – 24 = __________

(4) 186 – 50 = __________

4. Change the International numerical numerals into Roman numerals and find the product. Give your answer in Roman numerals.

(1) 14 × 5 = __________

(2) 27 × 12 = __________

(3) 70 × 11 = __________

(4) 105 × 10 = __________

5. Find the quotient of the given Roman numerals. Give the answer in Roman numerals.

(1) LXIII ÷ VII = __________

(2) LXVI ÷ XI = __________

(3) LXXVIII ÷ XXXIX = __________

(4) XXVIII ÷ XIV = __________

6. In class 4 A, there are 34 students and in class 4 B, there are 41 students, The total number of students in class 4 are:

(1) LXV;          (2) LXXV;          (3) XLV;          (4) LV

7. What should be subtracted from CC to get CLIX?

(1) LI;          (2) XLI;          (3) LXXII;          (4) LIII

8. After 32 years, a child aged 7 years will be __________ years old.

(1) XXXIX;          (2) XL;          (3) XLII;          (4) XLI

Answers on Practice Paper on Operations on Roman Numerals are given below to check the exact answers of the questions.

3. (1) XLII – XII = XXX

(2) CXLVII – XXXVIII = CIX

(3) LVIII – XXIV = XXXIV

(4) CLXXXVI – L = CXXXVI

4. (1) XIV × V = LXX

(2) XXVII × XII = CCCXXIV

(3) LXX × XI = DCCLXX

(4) CV × X = ML

5. (1) IX

(2) VI

(3) II

(4) II

6. (2)

7. (2)

8. (1)