 # 510 in Roman Numerals

510 in Roman Numerals is DX. Roman numerals is an additive and subtractive system where letters are used to show certain numbers in the number system. A different combination of symbols are used to indicate the roman numerals that include the English alphabet. Therefore, the 510 can be written as DX in roman numerals.

 Number Roman Numeral 510 DX ## How to Write 510 in Roman Numerals?

In order to write 510 in Roman Numerals, it has to be written in expanded form, i.e.

510 = 500 + 10

510 = D + X

510 = DX

## Video Lesson on Roman Numerals ## Frequently Asked Questions on 510 in Roman Numerals

Q1

### How do you Write the Number 510 in Roman Numerals?

To convert 510 in roman numerals, the conversion involves breaking the numbers based on place values.
Hundreds = 500 = D
Tens = 10 = X
Number = 500 + 10 = D + X = DX
Q2

### Write 510 in Roman Numerals.

In Roman Numerals, 510 is written as DX.
Q3

### What Should be Added to 251 to Get 510? Write the answer in Roman numerals.

510 in roman numerals is DX whereas 251 is CCLI. 510 – 251 = 259. Therefore, 259 should be added to 251 to get 510. Now, to convert 259 in roman numbers, we will express it in its expanded form, that is, 259 = 100 + 100 + 50 + (10 – 1) = C + C + L + (X – I) = CCLIX.