Investigating Roman Numerals up to 100

In this lesson, we will be identifying the way to write the corresponding Roman numerals for values between 1 and 100.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is the value of the digit '6' in the number 65 341?

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Q2.I'm thinking of a number. It is a 6 digit, even number. When rounded to the nearest multiple of 100 000, it is approximately equal to 600 000. My number has a '4' in the tens column. What could my number be?

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Q3.Which of the following demonstrates an accurate way of partitioning the number 43 213?

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Q4.Which of the following demonstrates an accurate way of partitioning the number 139 672?

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Q5.There are 652 987 people at an Olympics event on Saturday and 232 018 people at the event on Sunday. Use rounding to the nearest 100 000 to find the approximate total number of people attending over the weekend.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is the value of the digit '6' in the number 65 341?

1/5

Q2.I'm thinking of a number. It is a 6 digit, even number. When rounded to the nearest multiple of 100 000, it is approximately equal to 600 000. My number has a '4' in the tens column. What could my number be?

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Q3.Which of the following demonstrates an accurate way of partitioning the number 43 213?

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Q4.Which of the following demonstrates an accurate way of partitioning the number 139 672?

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Q5.There are 652 987 people at an Olympics event on Saturday and 232 018 people at the event on Sunday. Use rounding to the nearest 100 000 to find the approximate total number of people attending over the weekend.

5/5

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Investigating Roman Numerals up to 100

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Q1.How are the numbers 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 written using Roman Numerals?

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Q2.How would you write the number 13 using Roman Numerals?

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Q3.How would you write the number 47 using Roman Numerals?

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Q4.How would the following sequence be completed: V, X, XV, XX, _____?

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Q5.How would the following sequence be completed: C, XC, LXXX, LXX, LX, _______

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Investigating Roman Numerals up to 100

Quiz to be completed following lesson on 'Investigating Roman Numerals up to 100.'

Q1.How are the numbers 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 written using Roman Numerals?

1/5

Q2.How would you write the number 13 using Roman Numerals?

2/5

Q3.How would you write the number 47 using Roman Numerals?

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Q4.How would the following sequence be completed: V, X, XV, XX, _____?

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Q5.How would the following sequence be completed: C, XC, LXXX, LXX, LX, _______

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Lesson summary: Investigating Roman Numerals up to 100

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