# 9 Class Math Guess Paper 2018

**Exercise # 1.1**

- Question # 3

**Exercise # 1.2**

- Question # 6

**Exercise # 1.3**

- Question # 3
- Question # 6
- Question # 7
- Question # 8 (Part # 2)

**Exercise # 1.4**

- Question # 5 (Part # 3, Part # 1)

**Exercise # 1.5**

- Question # 4

**Exercise #1.6**

- Question # 1 (Part # 3)
- Question # 2
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 1**

- Question # 3
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 2.1**

- Question # 5
- Question # 6

**Exercise # 2.3**

- Question # 3

**Exercise # 2.4**

- Complete

**Exercise # 2.5**

- Question # 1 (Part # 3)
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 2.6**

- Question # 2 (Part # 1)
- Question # 3
- Question # 7

**Exercise # 2**

- Question # 3
- Question # 4
- Question # 5
- Question # 6
- Question # 7

**Exercise # 3.2**

- Question # 4
- Question # 5
- Question # 6 (Part # 3)

**Exercise # 3.3**

- Question # 2
- Question # 3 (Part # 3)
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 3.4**

- Question # 1 ( Part # 3,4,8 )

**Exercise # 3**

- Question # 3 ( Part # 3,4 )
- Question # 6

**Exercise # 4.1**

- Question # 3
- Question # 5 Part # 4,6 )
- Question # 6

**Exercise # 4.2**

- Question # 1
- Question # 2
- Question # 5
- Question # 14
- Question # 15

** Exercise # 4.3**

- Question # 2 ( Part # 3 )
- Question # 3
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 4.4**

- Question # 3
- Question # 5
- Question # 6

**Exercise # 5.1**

- Question # 2
- Question # 3
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 5.3**

- Question # 2
- Question # 4
- Question # 5
- Question # 7
- Question # 8

**Exercise # 5.4**

- Question # 2

**Exercise # 5**

- Question #3 ( Part # 2,4,9)

**Exercise # 6.1**

- Question # 2
- Question # 6
- Question # 8
- Question # 9
- Question # 10

**Exercise #6.2**

- Question # 2
- Question # 6
- Question # 8
- Question # 12
- Question # 13

**Exercise # 6.3**

- Question # 3
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 6**

- Question # 4
- Question # 2
- Question # 6
- Question # 8

**Exercise # 7.1**

- Question # 1 ( Part # 3,4 )
- Question # 2 ( Part # 2,6 )

**Exercise # 7.2**

- Question # 2 ( Part # 2,5,6,7,8 )

**Exercise # 7.3**

- Question # 2 ( Part # 2,5,7 )

**Exercise # 7**

- Question # 3
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 8.1**

- Question # 1
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 12**

- Question # 4
- Question # 3
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 16**

- Question # 2
- Question # 3

**Exercise # 17.1**

- Question # 2
- Question # 3
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 17.2**

- Question # 1
- Question # 2
- Question # 3
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 17.4**

- Question # 1

**Exercise # 17.5**

- Question # 1
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 17**

- Question # 3

**Theorems**

- Masley

**Note : **Ch. # 12 Complete

Note: The correspondence education has many advantages: the cost of such training is several times lower; individual rate of mastering the material, the opportunity to manage free time; the load is much lower, the emphasis is on profile disciplines (this means that the student does not study a lot of unnecessary things that he does not need in the future); you can study in another city without moving there, you will only need to periodically come to the session; extramural students have the opportunity to apply their knowledge in practice; students can pay for their studies; working students at the time of graduation have a good working experience in their specialty, and some are already starting their way up the career ladder. If the teachers see that the student is hardworking, that he is trying and making progress, he usually goes to a meeting, providing additional consultations as necessary. Sometimes it is even permitted to attend a lecture at the afternoon faculty. In general, the attitude of teachers towards the correspondence students is more loyal, especially for non-core subjects.