Roman Numerals Flashcards

Customizable flashcards for studying the Roman numerals. Cards contain Roman and Arabic numerals. more...

Flashcard Overview

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Roman numerals were used in ancient Rome to express numbers. They have mostly been replaced by the numeral system we use today, however they continue to have some minor applications. Students may encounter Roman numerals on various publications, architecture, and objects. Some places where students may see Roman numerals include:

  • Some sporting events like the Super Bowl are named using the Roman numerals system. For example, the 2015 event was named Super Bowl XLIX. The XLIX represents the Arabic numeral 49, since this was the 49th event.
  • Roman numerals are also commonly found on pieces of architecture. For example, the Statue of Liberty, in the United States, has "July IV MDCCLXXVI" inscribed on it. This represents the date July 4, 1776.
  • Roman numerals can also be found on some objects. For example, many clocks list the hours in Roman numerals instead of Arabic numerals. The hours are listed as I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, and XII.

These customizable flashcards are designed to assist students in learning the Roman numerals system. They can be customized to include any group of numerals between I (1) and IC (99). Each card contains a Roman numeral and the corresponding Arabic numeral. The card size, border color, border style, and card content can all be customized to your preferences. After you have made your selections you can print or download the card set as a unique PDF.

Flashcard Features

  • Includes numerals I to IC
  • 4 possible card sizes
  • 3 border styles
  • Border colors: red, green, blue, black
  • Generates a PDF in US Letter or A4 Format