# Number Forms facts for kids

**Number Forms** is a Unicode block. It has symbols of fractions and roman numerals. The block Latin-1 Supplement also has fraction symbols that are not in this block.

## Symbols

Character | Image | Meaning | Code |
---|---|---|---|

⅐ | ^{1}/_{7} |
The fraction one seventh. | U+2150 |

⅑ | ^{1}/_{9} |
The fraction one ninth. | U+2151 |

⅒ | ^{1}/_{10} |
The fraction one tenth. | U+2152 |

⅓ | ^{1}/_{3} |
The fraction one third. | U+2153 |

⅔ | ^{2}/_{3} |
The fraction two thirds. | U+2154 |

⅕ | ^{1}/_{5} |
The fraction one fifth. | U+2155 |

⅖ | ^{2}/_{5} |
The fraction two fifths. | U+2156 |

⅗ | ^{3}/_{5} |
The fraction three fifths. | U+2157 |

⅘ | ^{4}/_{5} |
The fraction four fifths. | U+2158 |

⅙ | ^{1}/_{6} |
The fraction one sixth. | U+2159 |

⅚ | ^{5}/_{6} |
The fraction five sixths. | U+215A |

⅛ | ^{1}/_{8} |
The fraction one eighth. | U+215B |

⅜ | ^{3}/_{8} |
The fraction three eighths. | U+215C |

⅝ | ^{5}/_{8} |
The fraction five eighths. | U+215D |

⅞ | ^{7}/_{8} |
The fraction seven eighths. | U+215E |

⅟ | ^{1}/ |
A fraction with one as the numerator. | U+215F |

Ⅰ | I | The roman numeral for one. | U+2160 |

Ⅱ | II | The roman numeral for two. | U+2161 |

Ⅲ | III | The roman numeral for three. | U+2162 |

Ⅳ | IV | The roman numeral for four. | U+2163 |

Ⅴ | V | The roman numeral for five. | U+2164 |

Ⅵ | VI | The roman numeral for six. | U+2165 |

Ⅶ | VII | The roman numeral for seven. | U+2166 |

Ⅷ | VIII | The roman numeral for eight. | U+2167 |

Ⅸ | IX | The roman numeral for nine. | U+2168 |

Ⅹ | X | The roman numeral for ten. | U+2169 |

Ⅺ | XI | The roman numeral for eleven. | U+216A |

Ⅻ | XII | The roman numeral for twelve. | U+216B |

Ⅼ | L | The roman numeral for 50. | U+216C |

Ⅽ | C | The roman numeral for 100. | U+216D |

Ⅾ | D | The roman numeral for 500. | U+216E |

Ⅿ | M | The roman numeral for 1,000. | U+216F |

ⅰ | i | The roman numeral for one. (lowercase) | U+2170 |

ⅱ | ii | The roman numeral for two. (lowercase) | U+2171 |

ⅲ | iii | The roman numeral for three. (lowercase) | U+2172 |

ⅳ | iv | The roman numeral for four. (lowercase) | U+2173 |

ⅴ | v | The roman numeral for five. (lowercase) | U+2174 |

ⅵ | vi | The roman numeral for six. (lowercase) | U+2175 |

ⅶ | vii | The roman numeral for seven. (lowercase) | U+2176 |

ⅷ | viii | The roman numeral for eight. (lowercase) | U+2177 |

ⅸ | ix | The roman numeral for nine. (lowercase) | U+2178 |

ⅹ | x | The roman numeral for ten. (lowercase) | U+2179 |

ⅺ | xi | The roman numeral for eleven. (lowercase) | U+217A |

ⅻ | xii | The roman numeral for twelve. (lowercase) | U+217B |

ⅼ | l | The roman numeral for 50. (lowercase) | U+217C |

ⅽ | c | The roman numeral for 100. (lowercase) | U+217D |

ⅾ | d | The roman numeral for 500. (lowercase) | U+217E |

ⅿ | m | The roman numeral for 1,000. (lowercase) | U+217F |

ↀ | Another way to show the roman numeral for 1,000. | U+2180 | |

ↁ | The roman numeral for 5,000. | U+2181 | |

ↂ | The roman numeral for 10,000. | U+2182 | |

Ↄ | The roman numeral for 100. (horizontally flipped) | U+2183 | |

ↄ | Flipped lowercase letter C. | U+2184 | |

ↅ | Another way to show the roman numeral for 6. | U+2185 | |

ↆ | Another way to show the roman numeral for 50. | U+2186 | |

ↇ | The roman numeral for 50,000. | U+2187 | |

ↈ | The roman numeral for 100,000. | U+2188 | |

↉ | ^{0}/_{3} |
The fraction zero thirds. This is used in baseball scorekeeping. | U+2189 |

↊ | Upside down two. This is one way to show the number 10 in duodecimal. | U+218A | |

↋ | Upside down three. This is one way to show the number 11 in duodecimal. | U+218B |

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