# 9 Class Math Guess Paper 2020

**Exercise # 1.1**

- Question # 3

**Exercise # 1.2**

- Question # 6

**Exercise # 1.3**

- Question # 3
- Question # 6
- Question # 7
- Question # 8 (Part # 2)

**Exercise # 1.4**

- Question # 5 (Part # 3, Part # 1)

**Exercise # 1.5**

- Question # 4

**Exercise #1.6**

- Question # 1 (Part # 3)
- Question # 2
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 1**

- Question # 3
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 2.1**

- Question # 5
- Question # 6

**Exercise # 2.3**

- Question # 3

**Exercise # 2.4**

- Complete

**Exercise # 2.5**

- Question # 1 (Part # 3)
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 2.6**

- Question # 2 (Part # 1)
- Question # 3
- Question # 7

**Exercise # 2**

- Question # 3
- Question # 4
- Question # 5
- Question # 6
- Question # 7

**Exercise # 3.2**

- Question # 4
- Question # 5
- Question # 6 (Part # 3)

**Exercise # 3.3**

- Question # 2
- Question # 3 (Part # 3)
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 3.4**

- Question # 1 ( Part # 3,4,8 )

**Exercise # 3**

- Question # 3 ( Part # 3,4 )
- Question # 6

**Exercise # 4.1**

- Question # 3
- Question # 5 Part # 4,6 )
- Question # 6

**Exercise # 4.2**

- Question # 1
- Question # 2
- Question # 5
- Question # 14
- Question # 15

** Exercise # 4.3**

- Question # 2 ( Part # 3 )
- Question # 3
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 4.4**

- Question # 3
- Question # 5
- Question # 6

**Exercise # 5.1**

- Question # 2
- Question # 3
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 5.3**

- Question # 2
- Question # 4
- Question # 5
- Question # 7
- Question # 8

**Exercise # 5.4**

- Question # 2

**Exercise # 5**

- Question #3 ( Part # 2,4,9)

**Exercise # 6.1**

- Question # 2
- Question # 6
- Question # 8
- Question # 9
- Question # 10

**Exercise #6.2**

- Question # 2
- Question # 6
- Question # 8
- Question # 12
- Question # 13

**Exercise # 6.3**

- Question # 3
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 6**

- Question # 4
- Question # 2
- Question # 6
- Question # 8

**Exercise # 7.1**

- Question # 1 ( Part # 3,4 )
- Question # 2 ( Part # 2,6 )

**Exercise # 7.2**

- Question # 2 ( Part # 2,5,6,7,8 )

**Exercise # 7.3**

- Question # 2 ( Part # 2,5,7 )

**Exercise # 7**

- Question # 3
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 8.1**

- Question # 1
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 12**

- Question # 4
- Question # 3
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 16**

- Question # 2
- Question # 3

**Exercise # 17.1**

- Question # 2
- Question # 3
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 17.2**

- Question # 1
- Question # 2
- Question # 3
- Question # 4

**Exercise # 17.4**

- Question # 1

**Exercise # 17.5**

- Question # 1
- Question # 4
- Question # 5

**Exercise # 17**

- Question # 3

**Theorems**

- Masley

**Note : **Ch. # 12 Complete

The authority of degrees granted abroad is based on rich long-standing traditions and strict fulfillment of educational requirements. Long-standing traditions are not just sound. This is a clear methodological basis for teaching, an authoritative profession, and a developed educational infrastructure. This is a strict control system in which tests and exams are not surrendered for a bribe. These are “codes of honor”, mandatory rules for all, which outlaw cheating or tips on exams. Such “tricks” are punished mercilessly, up to an exception. And this is justified, because universities value their glorious history and reputation more than the financial benefits of tuition from a negligent student. It is enough to recall that the oldest of foreign universities have been calculating their history for centuries: the famous Bologna University was founded in 1088, Oxford – around 1096,