## NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 2 Exercise 2.5 (Ex 2.5)

NCERT Solutions for class 9 Maths Chapter 2- Polynomials Exercise 2.5

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## FAQs on NCERT Solutions for class 9 Maths Chapter 2- Polynomials Exercise 2.5

**1. What do You Mean by Algebraic Expression and Polynomial?**

An algebraic expression is a combination of constants and variables, linked by four fundamental arithmetical operations { +, -, x, ÷). An algebraic expression in which there is a single variable and has only one whole number with only positive integral power is called a polynomial.

**2. What are the Different Kinds of Polynomials that you have Learned in this Chapter?**

The different kinds of polynomials that are taught in this chapter are constant, linear, quadratic, cubic, biquadratic polynomials.

**3. Where will I get the Best Reference for NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Chapter 2 - Polynomial Exercise 2.5?**

You will get the best reference for NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Chapter 2 - Polynomial Exercise 2.5 on the official website of Vedantu, the leading education portal in India. The solutions and the reference notes for NCERT Solutions Chapter 2 - Polynomials are created by the in-house subject experts stepwise as per the latest guidelines of NCERT (CBSE). These notes and solutions will give you a better understanding of the topic and will help you with revision for your exams.

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**5. How many questions are there in Chapter 2 of Class 9 Maths?**

Chapter 2 in the Class 9 Maths textbook is Polynomials. The chapter has five exercises with a set of questions in each exercise. Each exercise covers a particular topic. There are examples that explain the topic before each exercise. The student should attempt all the exercise questions for maximum practice and assess their performance. They can also refer to the Class 9 Maths Solutions PDF available for each exercise.

**6. What are the types of Polynomials?**

Polynomials can be of five types- constant, linear, quadratic, cubic and biquadratic polynomials. Constant polynomials have zero degrees, linear has only one degree and a quadratic polynomial has two degrees. Similarly, a cubic polynomial has a degree of value three and biquadratic is the one in which the degree is of value four. For more explanations and examples, you can refer to the Solutions PDF for Class 9 Maths Chapter 2.

**7. How many questions are there in Exercise- 2.5 of Chapter 2 Polynomials?**

Exercise 2.5 from Chapter 2 Polynomials is the last exercise in the chapter. It focuses mostly on the degree and the factorization of the polynomials. Questions asked are related to finding values of the equations while using the theorems and formulas discussed in the chapter. The students can refer to the solutions PDF for easy step by step explanations for answers to each question. The solutions PDF also has extra questions for students to practice.

**8. Why should I practice sample papers to prepare for the chapter?**

Practicing sample papers is a great way to assess your knowledge of the chapter and how much of the concepts have you understood. It also helps you manage your time while practicing the paper. Attempting sample papers or papers from the previous years helps you understand the kind of questions to expect and how to answer them. The solutions PDF provided by Vedantu has enough sample papers for the students to practice from.

**9. How should I prepare Chapter 2 Class 9 Maths for the exam?**

Any chapter needs consistent practice for any student to score full marks. Students should practice all the NCERT questions and examples of this chapter to be thorough with the topics. Write down all the formulas so that you memorise them better and it's easy to revise. Attempt as many sample papers and papers of this chapter from previous years. You can also refer to the solutions PDF and Vedantus’ revision notes.