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Roman Numerals 100 to 200
Roman Numerals 100 to 200 is the list of numbers from 100 to 200 represented in their corresponding roman numeral translation. Roman Numerals 100 to 200 will help students to learn numbers to roman numeral translations effortlessly. In this article, we have simplified all the rules that are followed while writing roman numerals from 100 to 200.
Roman Numbers 100 to 200 Chart
We have provided a printable roman numerals 100 to 200 chart to assist students in prioritizing and planning their revision.
1.  Roman Numerals from 100 to 200 
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3.  How to Write Roman Numerals? 
4.  FAQs 
Roman Numerals from 100 to 200
Roman numerals 100 to 200 chart can help understand numbers to roman numerals conversion for numbers up to 200. The list of roman numerals from 100 to 200 is listed in the table below.
List of Roman Numerals from 100 to 200
101: CI 
102: CII 
103: CIII 
104: CIV 
105: CV 
106: CVI 
107: CVII 
108: CVIII 
109: CIX 
110: CX 
111: CXI 
112: CXII 
113: CXIII 
114: CXIV 
115: CXV 
116: CXVI 
117: CXVII 
118: CXVIII 
119: CXIX 
120: CXX 
121: CXXI 
122: CXXII 
123: CXXIII 
124: CXXIV 
125: CXXV 
126: CXXVI 
127: CXXVII 
128: CXXVIII 
129: CXXIX 
130: CXXX 
131: CXXXI 
132: CXXXII 
133: CXXXIII 
134: CXXXIV 
135: CXXXV 
136: CXXXVI 
137: CXXXVII 
138: CXXXVIII 
139: CXXXIX 
140: CXL 
141: CXLI 
142: CXLII 
143: CXLIII 
144: CXLIV 
145: CXLV 
146: CXLVI 
147: CXLVII 
148: CXLVIII 
149: CXLIX 
150: CL 
151: CLI 
152: CLII 
153: CLIII 
154: CLIV 
155: CLV 
156: CLVI 
157: CLVII 
158: CLVIII 
159: CLIX 
160: CLX 
161: CLXI 
162: CLXII 
163: CLXIII 
164: CLXIV 
165: CLXV 
166: CLXVI 
167: CLXVII 
168: CLXVIII 
169: CLXIX 
170: CLXX 
171: CLXXI 
172: CLXXII 
173: CLXXIII 
174: CLXXIV 
175: CLXXV 
176: CLXXVI 
177: CLXXVII 
178: CLXXVIII 
179: CLXXIX 
180: CLXXX 
181: CLXXXI 
182: CLXXXII 
183: CLXXXIII 
184: CLXXXIV 
185: CLXXXV 
186: CLXXXVI 
187: CLXXXVII 
188: CLXXXVIII 
189: CLXXXIX 
190: CXC 
191: CXCI 
192: CXCII 
193: CXCIII 
194: CXCIV 
195: CXCV 
196: CXCVI 
197: CXCVII 
198: CXCVIII 
199: CXCIX 
200: CC 
We have provided a printable reference sheet with the above information in an easytoprint format. Students are advised to practice roman numerals 100 to 200 for easy math calculations.
How to Write Roman Numerals 100 to 200?
Roman numerals 100 to 200 can be obtained by using any of the two given below methods:
 Method 1: In this method, we break 193 into the least expandable form , write their respective roman letter and add/subtract them, i.e. 193 = 100 + (100 – 10) + 1 + 1 + 1 = C + (C – X) + I + I + I = CXCIII
 Method 2: In this method, we consider the groups of numbers for addition such as: 193 = 100 + 90 + 3 = C + XC + III = CXCIII
Any of the above two methods can be used for writing Roman Numerals from 100 to 200.
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Rules to Write Roman Numerals from 100 to 200
Certain rules are to be followed while writing roman numbers from 100 to 200. These rules are explained here in detail.
 When a bigger letter precedes a smaller letter, the letters are added. For example: MX, M > X, so MX = M + X = 1000 + 10 = 1010.
 When a smaller letter precedes a bigger letter, the letters are subtracted. For example: CM, C < M, so CM = M – C = 1000 – 100 = 900.
 When a letter is repeated multiple times, they get added. For example: MMM = M + M + M = 1000 + 1000 + 1000 = 3000
 The same letter cannot be used more than three times in succession. V, L, and D cannot be repeated, they appear only once.
Roman Numerals 100 to 200 Examples

Example 1: Using your knowledge of Roman numerals 100 to 200, Find the value of CLXXI – CXXIV.
Solution:
CLXXI = 100 + 70 + 1 = 171 and CXXIV = 100 + 20 + 4 = 124. Therefore, CLXXI – CXXIV = 171 – 124 = 47.
Now, XLVII = 40 + 7 = 47

Example 2: Using Roman numerals 100 to 200 chart, find the product of LXI and LXIV.
Solution:
LXI = 60 + 1 = 61 and LXIV = 60 + 4 = 64
Now, LXI × LXIV = 61 × 64 = 3904
Since, 3904 = 1000 + 1000 + 1000 + (1000 – 100) + 5 – 1 = M + M + M + (M – C) + V – I = MMMCMIV
Therefore, the product of LXI and LXIV is MMMCMIV. 
Example 3: Find the Value of CLXXXV + (CIII – CXCIII) + CLIX.
Solution:
Using Roman numerals 100 to 200 chart: CLXXXV = 100 + 80 + 5 = 185, CIII = 100 + 3 = 103, CXCIII = 100 + 90 + 3 = 193, CLIX = 100 + 50 + 9 = 159.
Therefore, CLXXXV + (CIII – CXCIII) + CLIX = 185 + (103 – 193) + 159 = 254
Now, 254 = 100 + 100 + 50 + 5 – 1 = C + C + L + V – I = CCLIV 
Example 4: Find all Perfect Cubes between Roman Numerals from 100 to 200.
Solution:
A perfect cube between 100 to 200 is 125. Therefore, the perfect cube between roman numerals 100 to 200 is CXXV.
FAQs on Roman Numerals 100 to 200
What do Roman Numerals 100 to 200 Mean?
Roman Numerals 100 to 200 is a chart that represents numbers from 100 to 200 in roman numerals. It consists of a notation of numbers 100 to 200 used by the Romans in ancient times.
How do you Write Roman Numerals from 100 to 200?
To write 100 to 200 in roman numerals, the conversion involves breaking the numbers based on place values (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands). For example, let us consider the number 185.
 Hundreds = 100 = C
 Tens = 80 = LXXX
 Ones = 5 = V
 Number = 185 = CLXXXV
How Many Twin Prime Numbers are There Between Roman Numerals 100 to 200?
Twin prime numbers are prime numbers whose absolute difference is 2. Twin prime number pairs between 100 to 200 are: (101, 103), (107, 109), (137, 139), (149, 151), (179, 181), (191, 193), (197, 199). Therefore, between roman numerals 100 and 200, there are 7 twin prime numbers.
What is the Value of CXCI + (CLXXXIV – CXXXVIII) + CXXXV?
Using Roman Numbers 100 to 200 chart, CXCI = 191, CLXXXIV = 184, CXXXVIII = 138, CXXXV = 135. Converting the given problem into numbers, we have CXCI + (CLXXXIV – CXXXVIII) + CXXXV = 191 + (184 – 138) + 135 = 372 = CCCLXXII
How Many Square Numbers are there Between Roman Numbers 100 to 200?
Perfect Square between roman numbers 100 to 200 are 100, 121, 144, 169, 196. This implies, there are 5 = V perfect square numbers between roman numbers 100 to 200.
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