Class 9 Maths Chapter 13 Surface Area and Volume MCQ

Welcome to this online test of MCQs on Class 9 Maths Chapter 13 Surface Areas and Volumes. The multiple-choice questions provided here are based on the latest CBSE syllabus. Practice is the key to success in exams.

Students can practice these questions here and train for final tests and score good marks. Answers to questions are provided at the end after submitting this test.


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Students are advised to practice these chapter-specific online mock tests and prepare for the final exams in order to perform well. Check out the Class 9 Maths page as well for chapter notes and worksheets.

Students can also use other maths class 9 mcq online tests available with us to help them prepare for exams and score higher grades.

Surface area and volume Class 9 MCQ with Answers


General Instructions:

  • There will be a total 10 Single Choice questions in this test. You have to choose a single option out of the given four options.
  • Each question carries one mark. There is no negative marking for incorrect choice.
  • After completing all the questions, click the "SUBMIT" button.


This Online Test must be completed in 30 minutes.

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roy
roy
1 year ago

thank you

boss
boss
1 year ago

important

pubg no only standoff 2
pubg no only standoff 2
11 months ago
Reply to  boss

bye

SAURABH DUBEY
SAURABH DUBEY
1 year ago

Sir , 4 question did not give option there is mathematical problems

Priyanshi
Priyanshi
11 months ago

Vvvvv nice

Mantra
Mantra
10 months ago

 The dimensions of a cuboid are 50 cm x 40 cm x 10 cm. Its volume in litres is

Shabd kumar
Shabd kumar
9 months ago
Reply to  Mantra

bro from this we can get volume that is 20000 cm^3
and we know that 1000 cm^3 = 1 litre so
20000 cm^3= 20 litres

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