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#### Class 9 Science Chapter With NCERT Solutions:

Chapter 1: Matter In Our Surroundings
Chapter 2:
Is Matter Around Us Pure
Chapter 3:
Atoms and Molecules
Chapter 4:
Structure of the Atom
Chapter 5:
The Fundamental Unit of Life
Chapter 6:
Tissues
Chapter 7:
Diversity in Living Organisms
Chapter 8:
Motion
Chapter 9:
Force and Laws of Motion
Chapter 10:
Gravitation
Chapter 11:
Energy and work
Chapter 12:
Sound
Chapter 13:
We do we fall ill
Chapter 14:
Natural Resources
Chapter 15:
Improvement in food Resources

## Force and Laws of Motion

Chapter –  9 : Force and Laws of Motion   1. Choose the one which has more inertia.      i-A Toy thrown up by a boy (or) A coin thrown up by a boy     ii-An apple falling from a tree (or) A rose falling from a plant     iii-A motorcycle (or) A bus Answer […]

## Motion

Chapter-8: Motion   Questions: 1) A man walks around a square street of side 10 m in 40 sec. Calculate the displacement of the man at the end of 2 minutes 20 seconds. Soln: The man takes 40 sec to cover ( 4 * 10 ) 40 metres. This shows he covers one metre in […]

## Sound

Chapter-12: Sound   Que.1. When an object vibrates in a medium, it produces sound which reaches our ear. Explain how it is done. Ans. Sound propagates through air which is a medium. When the prongs of a tuning fork vibrate, they disturb the air molecules in the surrounding. When it moves forward, the molecules in […]

## Natural Resources

Chapter-14 : Natural Resources    Question 1: Compare the atmosphere of earth with that of Venus and Mars. Solution: The atmosphere of earth contains a combination of different gases like nitrogen (78.08%), carbon dioxide (0.03%), oxygen (20.95%), water vapor and other gases. The atmosphere of Venus and Mars are largely composed of carbon dioxide, which […]

## Work Power and Energy

Chapter – 11 : Work Power and Energy   Q1) A force 9N acts on a stone which has a displacement of 6 m, in the direction of the force. Considering that the force acts on the stone with the displacement. Determine the work done in this case? Ans.)   Given Displacement = 6m, Force […]

## Improvement in Food Resources

Chapter-15: Improvement in food resources    QUESTIONS 1)            What do fruits, vegetables, cereals and pulses provide us? Solution: Cereals provide us with carbohydrates which supply energy to body. Pulses serve us with proteins which are the building blocks of our body and fruits and vegetables serve us with rich vitamins and minerals. 2)            How is crop […]

## Atoms and Molecules

Chapter – 3 : Atoms and Molecules   General Question: Illustrate the relationship between a mole, Avogadro’s number and Mass.   Q1. A reaction is taking place wherein, 5g of sodium carbonate reacts with 7.2 gm of ethanoic acid. The products are 4.2g carbon dioxide, 3g water and 5g sodium ethanoate. Prove how these observations […]

## Diversity in Living Organisms

Chapter-7: Diversity in living organisms   In Text Questions: 1) Why are organisms classified? Solution: By classifying the organisms, it is easier and more convenient to study their characteristics.   2) Observe and state the different variations around you. Solution: (a)        Small frog to big whale (b)        Creeper to eucalyptus tree (c)        Black cuckoo to colourful […]

## Is Matter around us pure

Chapter – 2 : Is Matter around us pure   In Text Questions: 1) What does a pure substance mean? Solution: A pure substance is one, which contains only one type of atoms or molecules in a specific arrangement in any part of the sample taken. Example: water, diamond.   2) List the points of […]

## Gravitation

Chapter – 10: Gravitation   Question 1: Why is it very difficult to hold a school bag with a long string and thin strap? Answer: The force exerted by a thin and strong string is equally spread on a very less area and hence the force applied due to the bag is more. The pressure […]