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# Selina solutions for Class 9 chapter 1 - Rational and Irrational Numbers

#### Chapters

Chapter 1: Rational and Irrational Numbers

Chapter 2: Compound Interest (Without using formula)

Chapter 3: Compound Interest (Using Formula)

Chapter 4: Expansions (Including Substitution)

Chapter 5: Factorisation

Chapter 6: Simultaneous (Linear) Equations (Including Problems)

Chapter 7: Indices (Exponents)

Chapter 8: Logarithms

Chapter 9: Triangles [Congruency in Triangles]

Chapter 10: Isosceles Triangles

Chapter 11: Inequalities

Chapter 12: Mid-point and Its Converse [ Including Intercept Theorem]

Chapter 13: Pythagoras Theorem [Proof and Simple Applications with Converse]

Chapter 14: Rectilinear Figures [Quadrilaterals: Parallelogram, Rectangle, Rhombus, Square and Trapezium]

Chapter 15: Construction of Polygons (Using ruler and compass only)

Chapter 16: Area Theorems [Proof and Use]

Chapter 17: Circle

Chapter 18: Statistics

Chapter 19: Mean and Median (For Ungrouped Data Only)

Chapter 20: Area and Perimeter of Plane Figures

Chapter 21: Solids [Surface Area and Volume of 3-D Solids]

Chapter 22: Trigonometrical Ratios [Sine, Consine, Tangent of an Angle and their Reciprocals]

Chapter 23: Trigonometrical Ratios of Standard Angles [Including Evaluation of an Expression Involving Trigonometric Ratios]

Chapter 24: Solution of Right Triangles [Simple 2-D Problems Involving One Right-angled Triangle]

Chapter 25: Complementary Angles

Chapter 26: Co-ordinate Geometry

Chapter 27: Graphical Solution (Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations, Graphically)

Chapter 28: Distance Formula ## Chapter 1: Rational and Irrational Numbers

Exercise 1 (A)ExerciseExercise 1 (B)Exercise 1 (C)Exercise 1 (D)

#### Selina solutions for Class 9 Chapter 1 Exercise 1 (A), Exercise [Page 4]

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 1 | Page 4

Is zero a rational number ? Can it be written in the form P/q, where p and q are integers and q≠0 ?

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 2 | Page 4

Are the following statement true or false ? Give reason for your answer.

1. Every whole number is a natural number.
2. Every whole number is a rational number.
3. Every integer is a rational number.
4. Every rational number is a whole number.
Exercise 1 (A) | Q 3 | Page 4

Arrange -5/7, 7/12, -2/3 and 11/18 in ascending order of their magnitudes.
Also, find the difference between the largest and smallest of these rational numbers. Express this difference as a decimal fraction correct to one decimal place.

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 4 | Page 4

Arrange 5/8, -3/16, -1/4 and 17/32 in descending order of their magnitudes.
Also, find the sum of the lowest and largest of these fractions. Express the result obtained as a decimal fraction correct to two decimal places.

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 5.1 | Page 4

Without doing any actual division, find which of the following rational numbers have terminating decimal representation : 7/16

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 5.2 | Page 4

Without doing any actual division, find which of the following rational numbers have terminating decimal representation : 23/125

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 5.3 | Page 4

Without doing any actual division, find which of the following rational numbers have terminating decimal representation : 9/14

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 5.4 | Page 4

Without doing any actual division, find which of the following rational numbers have terminating decimal representation : 32/45

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 5.5 | Page 4

Without doing any actual division, find which of the following rational numbers have terminating decimal representation : 43/50

Exercise | Q 5.6 | Page 4

Without doing any actual division, find which of the following rational numbers have terminating decimal representation : 17/40

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 5.7 | Page 4

Without doing any actual division, find which of the following rational numbers have terminating decimal representation : 61/75

Exercise 1 (A) | Q 5.8 | Page 4

Without doing any actual division, find which of the following rational numbers have terminating decimal representation : 123/250

#### Selina solutions for Class 9 Chapter 1 Exercise 1 (B), Exercise [Pages 13 - 14]

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 1.1 | Page 13

State, whether the following numbers is rational or not : ( 2 + √2 )2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 1.2 | Page 13

State, whether the following numbers is rational or not : ( 3 - √3 )2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 1.3 | Page 13

State, whether the following numbers is rational or not : ( 5 + √5 )( 5 - √5 )

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 1.4 | Page 13

State, whether the following numbers is rational or not : ( √3 - √2 )2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 1.5 | Page 13

State, whether the following numbers is rational or not :
( 3/[2sqrt2])^2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 1.6 | Page 13

State, whether the following number is rational or not :
( [√7]/[6sqrt2])^2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 2.1 | Page 13

Find the square of : [3sqrt5]/5

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 2.2 | Page 13

Find the square of : √3 + √2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 2.3 | Page 13

Find the square of : √5 - 2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 2.4 | Page 13

Find the square of : 3 + 2√5

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 3.1 | Page 13

State, in each case, whether true or false :
√2 + √3 = √5

• True

• False

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 3.2 | Page 13

State, in each case, whether true or false :
2√4 + 2 = 6

• True

• False

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 3.3 | Page 13

State, in each case, whether true or false :
3√7 - 2√7 = √7

• True

• False

Exercise | Q 3.4 | Page 13

State, in each case, whether true or false :
2/7 ia an irrational number.

• True

• False

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 3.5 | Page 13

State, in each case, whether true or false :
5/11 is a rational number.

• True

• False

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 3.6 | Page 13

State, in each case, whether true or false :
All rational numbers are real numbers.

• True

• False

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 3.7 | Page 13

State, in each case, whether true or false :
All real numbers are rational numbers.

• True

• False

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 3.8 | Page 13

State, in each case, whether true or false :
Some real numbers are rational numbers.

• True

• False

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 4.1 | Page 14

Given universal set =
{ -6, -5 3/4, -sqrt4, -3/5, -3/8, 0, 4/5, 1, 1 2/3, sqrt8, 3.01, π, 8.47 }
From the given set, find :  set of rational numbers

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 4.2 | Page 14

Given universal set =
{ -6, -5 3/4, -sqrt4, -3/5, -3/8, 0, 4/5, 1, 1 2/3, sqrt8, 3.01, π, 8.47 }
From the given set, find : set of irrational numbers

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 4.3 | Page 14

Given universal set =
{ -6, -5 3/4, -sqrt4, -3/5, -3/8, 0, 4/5, 1, 1 2/3, sqrt8, 3.01, π, 8.47 }
From the given set, find : set of integers

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 4.4 | Page 14

Given universal set =
{ -6, -5 3/4, -sqrt4, -3/5, -3/8, 0, 4/5, 1, 1 2/3, sqrt8, 3.01, π, 8.47 }
From the given set, find : set of non-negative integers

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 5 | Page 14

Use method of contradiction to show that √3 and √5 are irrational numbers.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 6.1 | Page 14

Prove that the following number is irrational: √3 + √2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 6.2 | Page 14

Prove that the following number is irrational:  3 - √2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 6.3 | Page 14

Prove that the following number is irrational: √5 - 2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 7 | Page 14

Write a pair of irrational numbers whose sum is irrational.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 8 | Page 14

Write a pair of irrational numbers whose sum is rational.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 9 | Page 14

Write a pair of irrational numbers whose difference is irrational.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 10 | Page 14

Write a pair of irrational numbers whose difference is rational.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 11 | Page 14

Write a pair of irrational numbers whose product is irrational.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 12 | Page 14

Write a pair of irrational numbers whose product is rational.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 13.1 | Page 14

Write in ascending order: 3√5 and 4√3

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 13.2 | Page 14

Write in ascending order :  2 root(3)(5)  and 3 root(3)(2)

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 13.3 | Page 14

Write in ascending order : 6√5, 7√3, and 8√2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 13.3 | Page 14

Write in ascending order :  6√5, 7√3 and 8√2

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 14.1 | Page 14

Write in descending order: 2 root(3)(6) and 3 root(4)(2)

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 14.2 | Page 14

Write in descending order: 7√3 and 3√7

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 15.1 | Page 14

Compare : root(6)(15) and root(4)(12)

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 15.2 | Page 14

Compare : sqrt24 and root(3)(35)

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 16 | Page 14

Insert two irrational numbers between 5 and 6.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 17 | Page 14

Insert five irrational numbers between 2√5 and 3√3.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 18 | Page 14

Write two rational numbers between √2 and √3.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 19 | Page 14

Write three rational numbers between √3 and √5.

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 20.1 | Page 14

Simplify : root(5)(16) xx root(5)(2)

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 20.2 | Page 14

Simplify : root(4)(243)/root(4)(3)

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 20.3 | Page 14

Simplify : ( 3 + √2 )( 4 + √7 )

Exercise 1 (B) | Q 20.4 | Page 14

Simplify : (√3 - √2 )2

#### Selina solutions for Class 9 Chapter 1 Exercise Exercise 1 (C) [Pages 21 - 22]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 1.1 | Page 21

State, with reason, of the following is surd or not : √180

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 1.2 | Page 21

State, with reason, of the following is surd or not :
root(4)(27)

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 1.3 | Page 21

State, with reason, of the following is surd or not :
root(5)(128)

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 1.4 | Page 21

State, with reason, of the following is surd or not :
root(3)(64)

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 1.5 | Page 21

State, with reason, of the following is surd or not :
root(3)(25). root(3)(40)

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 1.6 | Page 21

State, with reason, of the following is surd or not :
root(3)( -125 )

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 1.7 | Page 21

State, with reason, of the following is surd or not : √π

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 1.8 | Page 21

State, with reason, of the following is surd or not :
sqrt( 3 + sqrt2 )

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.1 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : 5√2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.2 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : √24

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.3 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : √5 - 3

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.4 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : 7 - √7

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.5 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : √18 - √50

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.6 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : [ √3 + 1 ]/[ √3 - 1 ]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.6 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : √5 - √2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.7 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : √13 + 3

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.8 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : 15 - 3√2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 2.9 | Page 21

Write the lowest rationalising factor of : 3√2 + 2√3

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.1 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : 3/sqrt5

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.2 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : (2sqrt3)/sqrt5

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.3 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : 1/(sqrt3 - sqrt2 )

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.4 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : 3/[ sqrt5 + sqrt2 ]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.5 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : [ 2 - √3 ]/[ 2 + √3 ]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.6 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : [ sqrt3 + 1 ]/[ sqrt3 - 1]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.7 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : [ sqrt3 - sqrt2 ]/[ sqrt3 + sqrt2 ]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.8 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : [sqrt6 - sqrt5]/[sqrt6 + sqrt5]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 3.9 | Page 21

Rationalise the denominators of : [ 2√5 + 3√2 ]/[ 2√5 - 3√2 ]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 4.1 | Page 21

Find the values of 'a' and 'b' in each of the following :
[2 + sqrt3]/[ 2 - sqrt3 ] = a + bsqrt3

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 4.2 | Page 21

Find the values of 'a' and 'b' in each of the following:
( sqrt7 - 2 )/( sqrt7 + 2 ) = asqrt7 + b

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 4.3 | Page 21

Find the values of 'a' and 'b' in each of the following:
3/[ sqrt3 - sqrt2 ] = asqrt3 - bsqrt2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 4.4 | Page 21

Find the values of 'a' and 'b' in each of the following:
[5 + 3sqrt2]/[ 5 - 3sqrt2] = a + bsqrt2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 5.1 | Page 21

Simplify :
 22/[2sqrt3 + 1] + 17/[ 2sqrt3 - 1]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 5.2 | Page 21

Simplify :
sqrt2/[sqrt6 - sqrt2] - sqrt3/[sqrt6 + sqrt2]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 6.1 | Page 21

If x =[sqrt5 - 2 ]/[ sqrt5 + 2] and y = [ sqrt5 + 2]/[ sqrt5 - 2 ]; find :
x2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 6.2 | Page 21

If x =[sqrt5 - 2 ]/[ sqrt5 + 2] and y = [ sqrt5 + 2]/[ sqrt5 - 2 ]; find : y2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 6.3 | Page 22

If x =[sqrt5 - 2 ]/[ sqrt5 + 2] and y = [ sqrt5 + 2]/[ sqrt5 - 2 ]; find :  xy

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 6.4 | Page 22

If x =[sqrt5 - 2 ]/[ sqrt5 + 2] and y = [ sqrt5 + 2]/[ sqrt5 - 2 ]; find :
x2 + y2 + xy.

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 7.1 | Page 22

If m = 1/[ 3 - 2sqrt2 ] and n = 1/[ 3 + 2sqrt2 ], find m2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 7.2 | Page 22

If m = 1/[ 3 - 2sqrt2 ] and n = 1/[ 3 + 2sqrt2 ], find n2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 7.2 | Page 22

If m = 1/[ 3 - 2sqrt2 ] and n = 1/[ 3 + 2sqrt2 ], find mn

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 8.1 | Page 22

If x = 2√3 + 2√2 , find : 1/x

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 8.2 | Page 22

If x = 2√3 + 2√2 , find : (x + 1/x)

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 8.3 | Page 22

If x = 2√3 + 2√2 , find : ( x + 1/x)^2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 9 | Page 22

If x = 1 - √2, find the value of ( x - 1/x )^3

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 10 | Page 22

If x = 5 - 2√6, find x^2 + 1/x^2

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 11 | Page 22

Show that :
1/[ 3 - 2√2] - 1/[ 2√2 - √7 ] + 1/[ √7 - √6 ] - 1/[ √6 - √5 ] + 1/[√5 - 2] = 5

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 12 | Page 22

Rationalise the denominator of : 1/[ √3 - √2 + 1]

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 13.1 | Page 22

If √2 = 1.4 and √3 = 1.7, find the value of : 1/(√3 - √2)

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 13.2 | Page 22

If √2 = 1.4 and √3 = 1.7, find the value of : 1/(3 + 2√2)

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 13.3 | Page 22

Simplify : (2 - √3)/(√3)

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 14 | Page 22

Evaluate : ( 4 - √5 )/( 4 + √5 ) + ( 4 + √5 )/( 4 - √5 )

Exercise 1 (C) | Q 15 | Page 22

If [ 2 + √5 ]/[ 2 - √5] = x and  [2 - √5 ]/[ 2 + √5] = y; find the value of x2 - y2.

#### Selina solutions for Class 9 Chapter 1 Exercise Exercise 1 (D) [Page 22]

Exercise 1 (D) | Q 1 | Page 22

Simplify : sqrt18/[ 5sqrt18 + 3sqrt72 - 2sqrt162]

## Chapter 1: Rational and Irrational Numbers

Exercise 1 (A)ExerciseExercise 1 (B)Exercise 1 (C)Exercise 1 (D) ## Selina solutions for Class 9 Mathmetics chapter 1 - Rational and Irrational Numbers

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