Number to Roman Numerals
A number to Roman numeral converter is a tool that converts an Arabic numeral (base 10) to a Roman numeral (base 7). Roman numerals are a numeral system that originated in ancient Rome and were used throughout the Roman Empire.
The conversion from an Arabic numeral to a Roman numeral involves matching each numeral to its corresponding symbol, such as "I" for 1, "V" for 5, "X" for 10, and so on. Additionally, there are specific rules for constructing Roman numerals, such as placing smaller numerals before larger ones to indicate subtraction.