31 in Roman Numerals

The number 31 in Roman Numerals is represented as XXXI. The symbols used in a system of numerical notations based on the ancient Roman system are known as Roman Numerals. In Roman Numerals, the symbols such as I, V, X, L, C, D, and M are fixed representations for the numbers 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 500, and 1000. Students can also download the chart for Roman Numerals 1 to 50 anytime and anywhere. In this article, let us understand the conversion of 31 in Roman Numerals in a descriptive manner. 

Number

Roman Numeral

31

XXXI

How to Write 31 in Roman Numerals?

31 in roman numerals

31 in Roman Numerals can be derived by using the method mentioned below.

  • Break the number 31 into the simplest form
  • 31 = 10 + 10 + 10 + 1
  • Write their respective roman numerals and add/subtract them
  • 31 = X + X + X + I = XXXI
  • Hence, the value of 31 in Roman Numerals is XXXI.

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Frequently Asked Questions on 31 in Roman Numerals

What is 31 in Roman Numerals?

31 in Roman Numerals is XXXI.

What is the value of (49 – 15) + 31 in Roman Numbers?

(49 – 15) + 31 = 65. Now, 65 = 60 + 5 = LX + V = LXV. Therefore the number 65 in Roman Numerals is LXV.

What number should be added to 15 to get 31? Write the answer in Roman Numerals.

31 – 15 = 16. Thus 16 should be added to 15 to get 31. Now, 16 = 10 + 6 = X + VI = XVI. Therefore the number 16 in Roman Numerals is XVI.

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