What is IV in Roman Numerals?
Roman numerals is a very ancient number system founded in ancient Rome.
Answer: The value of vi in roman numerals is 6
Roman numerals use I, V, X, C, D, L and M these 7 alphabets and follows a rule to convert to decimal number.
According to roman numerals, the value of V is 5.
Now, an I before the V means that 1 needs to be subtracted, whIle an I after means that 1 needs to be added.
Hence, VI means 5+1= 6