For the number seventeen, you want the numerals for fifteen, with ones added to it. The Roman Numeral for ten is X; the numeral for five is V, and one is I. So, XVII is 15+ 2 = 17.

Remember to always capitalize Roman Numerals, whether they are written alone, or combined, as above.

The Roman numerla for 17 is XVII. It is derived as follows:

X = 10

V = 5

I - 1 (one)

Adding these gives the following:

X + V + I + I = 10 + 5 +1 +1 = 17

17 in Roman numerals is XVII

X=10

V=5

I=1 (there are two for seventeen therefore it will equal 2)

Therefore XVII added together would equal 17.

Roman numeral for 17 is XVII

Roman X is numerical 10

Roman V is numerical 7

Roman I is numerical 1

It ;is XVII. The X is ten and the V is five, so an XV together is 15. Add two ones (II) to get 17.

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