# Math Quiz For Grade 4

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##### Roman Numbers

Roman numerals are a number system that originated in ancient Rome. Instead of using digits as we do in our regular number system, Roman numerals use letters to represent different values. Each letter has a specific numerical value, and when combined, they create different numbers.

Here’s a short story to understand more about Roman numbers.

Once upon a time, in the ancient city of Rome, there were no numbers like the ones we use today. Instead, the Romans had their own special way of writing numbers called Roman numerals.

A curious Roman child named Marcus, who loves exploring ancient ruins and stumbled upon an old stone tablet with mysterious inscriptions. It turned out to be a guide to understanding Roman numerals.

Marcus learned that there were seven basic symbols used in Roman numerals. These symbols were letters from the Latin alphabet. The symbols and their corresponding values were:

I = 1, V = 5, X = 10, L = 50, C = 100, D = 500, M = 1000

• Q-1
• What Roman numeral represents the number 9?

• Q-2
• Which Roman numeral represents the number 20?

• Q-3
• Which Roman numeral represents the number 40?

• Q-4
• Which Roman numeral represents the number 900?

• Q-5
• What is the Roman numeral for the number 6?

• Q-6
• Which Roman numeral represents the number 400?

• Q-7
• Which Roman numeral represents the number 90?

• Q-8
• Which Roman numeral represents the number 80?

• Q-9
• Which Roman numeral represents the number 700?

• Q-10
• Which Roman numeral represents the number 3000?