Math 9th Class Guess Paper 2018

Math 9th Class Guess

 

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: There are also obvious disadvantages of correspondence education: training longer than full-time for a year; uneven load distribution, too much information during sessions; a lot of independent work; there are no student benefits; the part-time students do not have a full-fledged student life, they do not participate in contests, holidays and other recreational activities; there is no deferment from the army. Not every employer is ready to hire a graduate who studied. On the other hand, full-time separation also does not guarantee qualitative knowledge at the output. Everything depends on the student and his attitude towards knowledge and the future profession. For those employers who understand this, the indicator of professionalism is successful labor activity during the probation period. So do not be afraid that you will not be hired. We need to try, find a suitable place, compare, pass the interview. The management, interested in competent personnel, always sees a promising young specialist.

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