This article is about CBSE Class 9 Physics formulas and summary pdf. Having all the formula in one place is always helpful for the students, Keeping that in mind,We have prepared a physics formula pdf for CBSE Class 9 students. This physics formula and summary pdf contains the physics formula and summary that are aimed for class 9 students as per the NCERT physics book . This is useful for any other board students also Chapters covered in this file are

- Motion
- Force and Newton Law of Motion
- Gravitation
- Work and energy
- Sound

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