True or False questions for Class 9 Ist term Maths

1) If the each side of the triangle is doubled ,then its perimeter will become doubled 2) Heron belogs to Rome 3) Point ( 1,-1) lies in first quadrant 4) Point (0,2) lies on x axis 5) Equation of y axis is x=0 6) Degree of remainder is always less then degree of the divisor 7) Degree of the zero polynomail is not defined 8)  … Continue reading True or False questions for Class 9 Ist term Maths »

How to solve Motion Problems of 9th Class

The Motion problem in Class 9 are limited to Straight line motion with either no acceleration or constant acceleration.

This is quite beneficial for anybody studying Motion for class 9.

Complete Study material has been provided at the below link Study Material

First we need to remember these important terms

Computer-based Test Series for Class 9 – Maths, Science, & English

Topics Covered:

Maths:

•Number System

• Polynomials

• Coordinate Geometry, Linear Equations in Two Variables, Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry

• Triangles, Circles and Areas of Parallelograms & Triangles

• Surface Areas & Volumes

NCERT book Solutions class-9 Gravitation (In Text Questions)

These are NCERT solutions for class-9 chapter named Gravitation. Questions in this page are those questions that occur in between the texts at the end of each concept.and I have given the page number so you can find them easily in your book.
Page 134
Question 1
State the Universal law gravitation?
According to Universal Law of Gravitation every object in universe attracts every other object with a force known as Gravitational force.
It states that

CBSE class 9 important questions on force

These are CBSE class 9 important questions on force. It is important to practice questions when you finished learning your concepts. It is important from the point of view of your exams. So go ahead and practice these questions . A downloadable file is also available for these questions at the end of the article.

How to verify Ohm’s Law

We already know the statement of Ohm’s Law which is

“If the physical state of the conductor (Temperature and mechanical strain etc.) remains unchanged, then current flowing through a conductor is always directly proportional to the potential difference across the two ends of the conductor”

Class 9 physics notes on Newton’s Laws of motion

Full length CBSE Class 9 physics notes on Newton’s Laws of motion for study is now available.

To study the chapter visit the link given below

Newton’s Laws of motion

Force : Class 9 physics notes

Class 9 physics notes on Force for CBSE and other board is now available. To read the notes visit the link