How about the chords that aren't I ii iii IV V vi vii? What are those as numbers?

If it isn't typical for that chord in the key then you specify what is different!

I ii iii IV V vi vii
C Dm Em F G Am Bdim

Ex: C - Bb - Am - G

The 7 is typically B - So it's a flat vii chord, and it's major... so bVII

C - E - F-Fm - C
E is typically minor so it'd be a Major 3 (III) chord and Fm would be Minor 4 or (iv)

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