#!/usr/bin/env python

# Roman
# Phil Bordelon

import os
import sys

DEBUG = os.getenv("DEBUG", False)

# A large value to initialize last_val to, to remove silly special cases.

# A handy lookup table for the numerals.
roman_numerals = {
   "I": 1,
   "V": 5,
   "X": 10,
   "L": 50,
   "C": 100,
   "D": 500,
   "M": 1000
if "__main__" == __name__:

   dataset_count = int(sys.stdin.readline())
   for dataset_loop in range(dataset_count):

      # Get the Roman numeral.
      roman_number = sys.stdin.readline().strip()

      total_val = 0
      last_val = LARGE_NUMBER

      # Loop through the characters, keeping track of the last one; this
      # is because we need to know if the last one needs to be subtracted
      # from this one, which is only the case if a smaller value is to the
      # left of a larger one.
      for numeral in roman_number:
         value = roman_numerals[numeral]
         if last_val < value:
            # We do, indeed, have to treat the last character as a
            # subtraction.  We already added it, so we have to remove that
            # value once, and then again to do the actual subtraction.
            total_val += value - 2 * last_val

            # Just add it to the total.
            total_val += value

         # Remember the last value for the subtraction check in the next
         # iteration.
         last_val = value

      # Lastly, print the value we calculated.
      print total_val