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    ROMN NUMERALS

    Published: November 18, 2019

    The Roman Numerals date back to the ancient Egyptians. The Romans designed the numbers by repeating some symbols, as did the ancient Egyptians years ago.

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    ROMN NUMERALS

    • 1. ROMANNUMERALS ROMAN NUMERALS
    • 2. Discovery of Roman Numerals Discovery of Roman Numerals Sources indicate that Roman numerals were inspired by the fingers of a hand. To do this, one finger 1 (I), two fingers will be 2 (II) and proceeds to use only their hands as they can tell the majority of numbers. The Roman Numerals date back to the ancient Egyptians. The Romans designed the numbers by repeating some symbols, as did the ancient Egyptians years ago.
    • 3. Discovery of Roman Numerals Discovery of Roman Numerals The Romans used this number system they received from the Egyptians. But considering this system is weak; development decision. They have developed an easier and more logical system. The Romans went on to develop the logic of these numbers and found some rules and and a certain systematic system, and finally found the system of roman numbers known today.
    • 4. Discovery of Roman Numerals Discovery of Roman Numerals Since the Romans first used these numbers, they were called Roman numerals or Roman numerals in arithmetic. In Europe, the transition from Roman to modern figures was in the Middle Ages Due to insufficient development, the lack of an easy subtraction and the absence of zero in Roman numerals even with the half symbol prevented the development of Roman numerals.
    • 5. Roman Numerals Table Roman Numerals Table
    • 6. General Table of Roman Numerals General Table of Roman Numerals
    • 7. Working System of Roman Numerals Working System of Roman Numerals Romalılar önceleri, Eski Mısırlıların yüzyıllarca önce yaptıkları gibi bazı sembolleri tekrarlayarak sayıları yazarlardı. Örneğin; XXX = 30, MDCLXVI = 1000 + 500 + 100 + 50 + 10 + 5 + 1 = 1666 DLXIII = 500 + 50 + 10 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 563 gibi. Sonraları da, çıkarmadan yararlanarak, daha kısa yazma yollarını ortaya koydular. Örneğin; XC = 100 -10 = 90 IX = 10 -1 = 9 gibi.
    • 8. Working System of Roman Numerals Working System of Roman Numerals In order to learn the logic of the Roman Numerals, it is enough to learn the seven symbols in our table and then only a few important rules. You can repeat an Icon up to three times side by side, The largest symbol written with the Roman numerals in the number is taken as the basis, and accordingly, if an symbol is written to the right of the basic symbol, it is added. If it is written to the left, it is removed. You can also repeat the basic number up to three times. V, L and D cannot repeat numbers adjacent.
    • 9. Working System of Roman Numerals Working System of Roman Numerals According to these rules, the numbers that we can produce with Roman numerals end in bin three thousand eight hundred eighty eight ’. Largest number that can be written: 3888 (MMMDCCCLXXXVIII) Although Roman numbers are not used very much due to the need in time, a horizontal line is used above the related symbol to show a thousand times a number, and a double horizontal line is used to show a million times a number.
    • 10. Working System of Roman Numerals Working System of Roman Numerals Zero and digits concept Roman numerals do not have the concept of zero and digits. The number is as much as the symbol. Therefore, 4 transactions cannot be made with Roman numerals. Due to the inability to perform four operations, the area of use is very limited today.
    • 11. Usage Areas of Roman Numerals Usage Areas of Roman Numerals Although Roman Numerals are limited, their usage continues. Century names; XIX. century. In wars made in history; II. Like the Battle of İnönü, In the Names of the Same Named State Leaders in History; III. Like Mehmet, Classification of Contents and Subject Headings in Books. Pagination of some Books. Rarely in Calendars
    • 12. REFERENCES REFERENCES https://www.turkcebilgi.com/ https://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roma_rakamları https://www.romarakamlari.gen.tr/roma-rakamlari.html http://www.mynet.com/cevaplar/roma-rakamlari-hakkinda-ansiklopedik-bilgi/5965875