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# Whole Numbers & Number Systems #1 - Roman & Arabic Numerals

Worksheet (Pre-Algebra)

## Whole Numbers & Number Systems #1 - Roman & Arabic Numerals Worksheet

This free math worksheet contains problems on whole numbers and the number system. Students must write numbers in roman numerals, write numbers in arabic numerals, identify place values, write numbers in words, and number from words, and evaluate numerical expressions.

## Lesson:

To write numbers as roman numerals, arabic numbers, to identify place value, and write numbers in words.

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## Samples:

Tutor-USA.com Worksheet
Whole Numbers and Number Systems

1) Write each of these using Roman numerals.

g. 474

2) Write these Roman numerals as Hindu-Arabic numerals.

a. LXXVIII

3) Write down the:

a. Smallest 3 digit number with a 6 in the tens place.
b. Largest 3 digit number with a 4 in the hundreds place.

4) Write the basic numeral for each of this.
a. Two thousand four hundred and thirteen
b. Fifteen thousand and seventy
c. One hundred and forty-eight thousand nine hundred and twenty-six
d. Seven million six hundred and eighty thousand five hundred and nine
e. Twelve million and thirty-four thousand two hundred and eighty

5) Write each number in words.

6) Evaluate: