Roman numerals, while not typically in use for modern-day mathematics, were used to count and add up numbers in ancient times.

The Romans used a system of numerals, Roman numerals, to keep track of their citizens and their property. These numerals consisted of 7 symbols - I, V, X, L, C, D, and M. Each symbol had a different meaning. For example, I was 1; V was 5; X was 10; L was 50; C was 100; D was 500, and finally M was 1000.

The history of Roman numerals is a complex one. They were created by the ancient Romans and used as a way to express numbers with letters. Up until the year 1500 AD, they were used in most European countries as a written number system. The first appearance of the Arabic numeral system was in an Indian book from 876 AD, but it wasnâ€™t widely used until after 1500 AD. The symbols that represent the number four are IIII and IV.

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