NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 2 Exercise 2.1 Polynomials in Hindi and English Medium modified for session 2023-24 updated as per new syllabus. All the question answers and solutions of 9th Maths ex. 2.1 are revised according to new textbook published for 2023-24 exams.

### NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 2 Exercise 2.1

Class 9 Maths chapter 2 exercise 2.1 Hindi and English Medium solutions are given below to use it online. Exemplar books are also very useful as per examination point of view. Go back to Class 9 Maths Chapter 2 Solutions main page to see other exercises. Videos related to each exercises are also available free to use or download for academic session 2023-24.

Class: 9 | Mathematics |

Chapter 2: | Exercise 2.1 |

Topic: | Polynomials |

Content: | Online Exercises Solutions |

Academic Session: | 2023-24 |

Medium: | Hindi and English Medium |

#### Class 9 Maths Chatper 2 Exercise 2.1 Solution in Hindi Medium Video

#### 9th Maths Exercise 2.1 Solutions in Hindi & English

Class 9 Maths chapter 2 exercise 2.1 in English & Hindi Medium Solutions for UP Board NCERT (https://ncert.nic.in/) Books as well as CBSE Board for academic session 2023-24 is given below to view online. Download option is given in the top paragraph or Go back to Class 9 Maths Chapter 2 Solutions main page to see other exercises.

##### Practice Questions on 9th Maths Exercise 2.1

- Write the coefficient of y³ in 5y³ + 2y² – y + 5.
- Find the coefficient of x² in (x² – 1)(x – 1).
- Give one example each of a binomial of degree 20 and of a monomial of degree 25.
- Write the degree of x², 23 – 3x, 4 and √7.
- Nimnlikhit men se kaun sa bahupad hai? x²/5, 5/x², 3x, 8
- Shoony bahupad kee ghaat kya hotee hai?

###### Important Questions on 9th Maths Exercise 2.1

kya nimnalikhit kathan saty hain ya asaty. apane uttar ka auchity deejie.

- Pratyek bahupad ek dvipad hai.
- Dvipad ke adhikatam do pad ho sakate hai.
- Ek dvipad kee ghaat 5 ho sakatee hai.
- Ek pahupad ke ek se adhik shoonyak nahin ho sakate hain.
- Ek bahupad ka shoonyak sadaiv 0 hota hai.
- Ghaat 5 vaale do bahupadon ke yog kee ghaat sadaiv 5 hotee hai.

Ek aise bahupad ka udahaaran deejie, jo:

1. Ghaat 1 ka ek ekapadee hai.

2. Ghaat 20 ka ek dvipad hai.

3. Ghaat 7 ka ek tripad hai.

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### How many examples are there in exercise 2.1 of class 9th Maths?

In exercise 2.1 of class 9th Maths, there are five questions and one example (example 1). In question 1, students have to tell whether the given expressions are polynomials in one variable or not. In question 2, students have to write the coefficient of x². In question 3, students have to give one example of binomial of degree 35 and monomial of degree 100. In question 4, students have to write the degree of given polynomials. Students have to classify the given polynomials as linear, quadratic, and cubic in the last question. Example 1 and question 4 are of the same kind.

### What type of questions can come from exercise 2.1 of class 9th Maths in the exam?

Exercise 2.1 of class 9th Maths contains very easy and good questions. Most probably, fill in the blanks, true or false (yes or no), one-word answer, MCQ type questions can come from exercise 2.1 of class 9th Maths in the exam. One mark mark questions will come from this exercise based on case study MCQ.

### Can students complete exercise 2.1 of class 9th Maths in 1 day?

Students can complete exercise 2.1 of class 9th Maths in 1 day or not depends on student’s working speed, efficiency, capability, and many other factors. But if they try hard to complete exercise 2.1 of class 9th Maths in 1 day, they can do that.

### Which questions are the important for exercise 2.1 of class 9 Maths Second Term?

There are only five questions in exercise 2.1 of class 9 Maths. All questions of this exercise are important for the exams. But the most important questions of this exercise are questions 1, 4, and 5.