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Roman Numerals: Presentation, 3 Differentiated Worksheets and Word Problems Extension

Answer sheets provided. Brutus questions are the easiest, then Scipio with Caesar the hardest. The differentiated word problems are an extension. Go through the presentation as the teaching input. Point out how you build up Roman numerals only using the digits available. Stress from the input that some numbers are harder as you can’t do 9 as VIIII or 40 as XXXX; you have to do less than the next biggest number. If there is a smaller numeral before a bigger numeral then say it is that much less than the bigger numeral. Essentially say this is as you can’t have four of the same numerals together. Also point out that you use the least numerals possible so you don’t write e.g LL=100 as C=100 which is quicker. The numerals go up to M as 1000. You may want to trim the worksheets into the different sections if you feel they are too much as a whole page.

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  • Roman-Numerals-Input-4.pdf
  • Brutus-LA-Worksheet-.pdf
  • Scipio-MA-worksheet-2.pdf
  • Caesar-HA-worksheet-2.pdf
  • Roman-Numeral-Word-Problems.pdf
  • Brutus-LA-Worksheet-ANSWERS.pdf
  • Scipio-MA-worksheet-ANSWERS-2.pdf
  • Caesar-HA-worksheet-ANSWERS-2.pdf
  • Roman-Numeral-Word-Problems-ANSWERS.pdf

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Created: Feb 16, 2016

Updated: Dec 26, 2018

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