Number Forms

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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.[1]

Symbols[change | change source]

Number Forms[1]
Character Image Meaning Code
1/7 The fraction one seventh. U+2150
1/9 The fraction one ninth. U+2151
1/10 The fraction one tenth. U+2152
1/3 The fraction one third. U+2153
2/3 The fraction two thirds. U+2154
1/5 The fraction one fifth. U+2155
2/5 The fraction two fifths. U+2156
3/5 The fraction three fifths. U+2157
4/5 The fraction four fifths. U+2158
1/6 The fraction one sixth. U+2159
5/6 The fraction five sixths. U+215A
1/8 The fraction one eighth. U+215B
3/8 The fraction three eighths. U+215C
5/8 The fraction five eighths. U+215D
7/8 The fraction seven eighths. U+215E
1/ A fraction with one as the numerator. U+215F
I The roman numeral for one. U+2160
II The roman numeral for two. U+2161
III The roman numeral for three. U+2162
IV The roman numeral for four. U+2163
V The roman numeral for five. U+2164
VI The roman numeral for six. U+2165
VII The roman numeral for seven. U+2166
VIII The roman numeral for eight. U+2167
IX The roman numeral for nine. U+2168
X The roman numeral for ten. U+2169
XI The roman numeral for eleven. U+216A
XII The roman numeral for twelve. U+216B
L The roman numeral for 50. U+216C
C The roman numeral for 100. U+216D
D The roman numeral for 500. U+216E
M The roman numeral for 1,000. U+216F
i The roman numeral for one. (lowercase) U+2170
ii The roman numeral for two. (lowercase) U+2171
iii The roman numeral for three. (lowercase) U+2172
iv The roman numeral for four. (lowercase) U+2173
v The roman numeral for five. (lowercase) U+2174
vi The roman numeral for six. (lowercase) U+2175
vii The roman numeral for seven. (lowercase) U+2176
viii The roman numeral for eight. (lowercase) U+2177
ix The roman numeral for nine. (lowercase) U+2178
x The roman numeral for ten. (lowercase) U+2179
xi The roman numeral for eleven. (lowercase) U+217A
xii The roman numeral for twelve. (lowercase) U+217B
l The roman numeral for 50. (lowercase) U+217C
c The roman numeral for 100. (lowercase) U+217D
d The roman numeral for 500. (lowercase) U+217E
m The roman numeral for 1,000. (lowercase) U+217F
U+2180.svg Another way to show the roman numeral for 1,000. U+2180
U+2181.svg The roman numeral for 5,000. U+2181
U+2182.svg The roman numeral for 10,000. U+2182
U+2183.svg The roman numeral for 100. (horizontally flipped) U+2183
U+2184.svg Flipped lowercase letter C. U+2184
U+2185.svg Another way to show the roman numeral for 6. U+2185
U+2186.svg Another way to show the roman numeral for 50. U+2186
U+2187.svg The roman numeral for 50,000. U+2187
U+2188.svg The roman numeral for 100,000. U+2188
0/3 The fraction zero thirds. This is used in baseball scorekeeping.[1] U+2189
Dozenal gb 10.svg Upside down two. This is one way to show the number 10 in duodecimal.[2][1] U+218A
Dozenal gb 11.svg Upside down three. This is one way to show the number 11 in duodecimal.[2][1] U+218B

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "Unicode Blocks data file, Unicode version 13.0" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. Retrieved January 27, 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 De Vlieger, Michael (2010). "Symbology Overview" (PDF). The Duodecimal Bulletin. 4X [58] (2).