Roman Numerals 

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I stands for 1 II stands for 2 III stands for 3 V stands for 5, and minus 1 of that would be 4, so IV is 4 VI is 6 VII is 7 VIII is 8 What do you think will be 9? You are right  IX it is 101: stands for 9 X stands for 10 XI 11 XII is 12 XIII is 13 XX stands for 20 XXX is 30 XL is 40 L is 5 C is 100 (centum, which is a Latin word for 100. Just remember, 'a centurion was the one who led 100 men'). D is 500 M is 1000
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