II Roman Numerals
II Roman Numerals can be written as numbers by combining the transformed roman numerals i.e. II = I + I = 1 + 1 = 2. The higher roman numerals precede the lower numerals resulting in the correct translation of II Roman Numerals. In this article, we will explain how to convert II Roman numerals in the correct number translation.
 II Roman numeral is written as 2
 I + I = II roman numeral
How to Write II Roman Numerals?
The numerical value of II Roman Numerals can be obtained by using any of the two methods given below:
Method 1: In this method, we break the roman numerals into single letters, write the numerical value of each letter and add/subtract them.
 II = I + I = 1 + 1 = 2
Method 2: In this method, we consider the groups of roman numerals for addition or subtraction such as,
 II = 2. This shows the addition of two ones I + I = II.
Therefore, the numerical value of II roman numerals is 2.
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What are the Basic Rules to Write Roman Numerals?
 When a bigger letter precedes a smaller letter, the letters are added. For example: XI, X > I, so XI = X + I = 10 + 1 = 11
 When a smaller letter precedes a bigger letter, the letters are subtracted. For example: IV, I < V, so IV = V  I = 5  1 = 4
 When a letter is repeated 2 or 3 times, they get added. For example: XXX = X + X + X = 10 + 10 + 10 = 30
 The same letter cannot be used more than three times in succession.
Numbers Related to II Roman Numerals
Roman numerals were used in ancient Rome and utilized combinations of letters using the Latin alphabets I, V, X, L, C, D, and M. It may seem different than numbers, but they are similar. For example, II Roman numerals are equivalent to the number 2. The roman numerals related to II are given below:
 I = 1
 II = 2
 III = 3
 IV = 4
 V = 5
 VI = 6
 VII = 7
 VIII = 8
 IX = 9
 X = 10
II Roman Numerals Examples

Example 1: Find the Product of Roman Numerals II and MCCCXV.
Solution:
II = 2 and MCCCXV = 1000 + 300 + 10 + 5 = 1315
Now, II × MCCCXV = 2 × 1315 = 2630
Since, MMDCXXX = 2000 + 600 + 30 = 2630
Therefore, II × MCCCXV = MMDCXXX 
Example 2: Find the Sum of MMCMXI and II Roman Numerals.
Solution:
MMCMXI = 2000 + 900 + 10 + 1 = 2911 and II = 2
Now, MMCMXI + II = 2911 + 2 = 2913
Since, MMCMXIII = 2000 + 900 + 10 + 3 = 2913
Therefore, the sum of MMCMXI and II roman numerals is MMCMXIII 
Example 3: Find the Difference Between II and I.
Solution:
Roman Numeral II is equal to 2 and I is 1.
Now, II  I = 2  1 = 1
Since, 1 = I
Therefore, II  I = I
FAQs on II Roman Numerals
What does II Roman Numerals Mean?
We will write II Roman numerals in numeric form as 2. Hence, the value of Roman Numerals II is 2.
Why Is 2 Written in Roman Numerals as II?
We know that in roman numerals, we write 1 as I, going by the same logic we will write 2 as II in roman numerals. Therefore, 2 in roman numerals is written as II = 2.
How is Roman Numerals II Written in Numbers?
To convert II Roman Numerals to numbers, the conversion involves breaking the Roman numerals on the basis of place values (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands), like this:
 Ones = 2 = II
 Number = 2 = II
What is the Quotient When X is Divided by II in Terms of Roman Numerals?
II = 2 and X = 10 in numbers. On dividing 10 by 2, it leaves a remainder of 0. Now, 2 = II, therefore, when X is divided by II, the remainder is 0 but the quotient is 5 = V in roman numerals.
What Should be Subtracted from II Roman Numeral to Get I Roman Numeral?
First, we will write II and I in numbers, i.e. II = 2 and I = 1. Now, 2  1 = 1. And 1 = I. Therefore, I should be subtracted from II roman numerals to get I.
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