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## NCERT Solutions for class 9 Maths chapter 2 exercise 2.5

### Class 9 Maths chapter 2 exercise 2.5 Polynomials Solutions in English

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### Class 9 Maths chapter 2 exercise 2.5 Polynomials Solutions in Hindi

Class 9 Maths Polynomials Exercise 2.5 in Hindi Medium for Online use is given below. These are specially prepared on demand of UP Board / Bihar Board as well as **CBSE **Board students.

#### Important Questions from Polynomials

##### Select the proper option from the given options.

- Set of all natural number is denoted by

(A) N

(B) W

(C) Z

(D) R - Set of all whole numbers is denoted by

(A) N

(B) W

(C) Z

(D) Q - Set of all integers is denoted by

(A) N

(B) W

(C) Z

(D) Q - Set of all rational numbers is denoted by

(A) N

(B) W

(C) Z

(D) Q - Which of the following statements is true.

(A) Every whole number is a natural number.

(B) Every integer is a rational number.

(C) Every rational number is an integer.

(D) Every real number is an irrational number. - The number ¾ is

(A) A natural number

(B) An integer

(C) A whole number

(D) A rational number - Which of the following is a rational number between 10 and 11.

(A) 21/4

(B) 87/8

(C) 97/8

(D) 47/4 - There are how many rational numbers between two given numbers?

(A) Two

(B) Can’t say

(C) Finitely many

(D) Infinitely many - √2 belongs to

(A) The set of whole numbers

(B) The set of rational numbers

(C) The set of irrational numbers

(D) The set of natural numbers. - The collection of rational numbers and irrational numbers together is called..

(A) The set of whole numbers

(B) The set of real numbers

(C) The set of natural numbers

(D) The set of integers - √16 is not …

(A) a natural number

(B) a real number

(C) an irrational number

(D) a whole number