ICSE Class 9 Maths Book


Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) is a national level examination conducted annually by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations also known as CISCE. The ICSE exam is one of the most prestigious exams in India. Students who are currently studying under this board must prepare well to score good marks in the exam. Choosing the right book is one of the most important steps to excel in the exam. The ICSE books for class 9 maths books are provided here so that students can prepare for their 9th standard exam more efficiently.

Books are one of the most important components when it comes to exam preparation. Mathematics is one of the crucial subjects in the 9th standard. In order to understand the concepts of class 9 maths clearly and avoid silly mistakes while solving problems, students must follow the right ICSE Class 9 Maths book.

Some of the best ICSE Class 9 Maths Books are provided in the table below. The books are designed according to the latest ICSE Class 9 Maths syllabus. Students are advised to follow these books if they want to score good marks in their Class 9 maths examination.

The list of ICSE Class 9 Maths Book is given in the table mentioned below.

Together with Mathematics for ICSE Students Class-IX (English) (Paperback) by Bhanu Pratap Singh
Secondary School Mathematics for Class 9 PB (English) (Paperback) by V. Aggarwal R. S. Aggarwal
S.Chand’s ICSE Mathematics Book I For IX (English) 01 Edition (Paperback) by Anubhuti Gangal

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Practise This Question

Hari was asked to bisect a given angle, BOA as shown. He has done the following steps:

He draws an arc with centre O and some radius such that it cuts OB and OA in D and C. Then he marks two more arcs with centres as C and D and radius more than 12 CD as shown (intersecting in Y) but has no idea why.

Select the correct statement which explains him the reason.

Statement A : Because of equal radius, DY = CY and OD = OC. So DOY is congurent to COY

Statement B : Since OC = OD, ODC in an isosceles triangle, base angles are equal.