Class 9 Maths Formula Sheets

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Important Maths Formulas for Class 9

1. Polynomial Expresssions Formulas

Monomial \(\begin{align} {\rm{3}},\;2x,\;\frac{2}{3}y\;{\rm{etc}}{\rm{.}}      \end{align}\)
Binomial \(\begin{align} (2x + 3y),\;(3x - 2y)\;{\rm{etc}}{\rm{.}}     \end{align}\)
Trinomial \(\begin{align} x^2  + 4x + 5\;\;{\rm{etc}}{\rm{.}}     \end{align}\)
Linear Polynomial \(\begin{align} x + 2,\;3x + 5\;{\rm{etc}}{\rm{.}}     \end{align}\)
Quadratic Polynomial \(\begin{align} ax^2  + bx + c\;\;{\rm{etc}}{\rm{.}}    \end{align}\)
Cubic Polynomial \(\begin{align} x^3  + 4x^2  + 5\;\;{\rm{etc}}{\rm{.}}    \end{align}\)
Biquadratic Polynomial \(\begin{align}  x^4  + 5x^3  + 2x^2  + 3   \end{align}\)

2. Coordinate Geometry Formulas

Equation of a line \(\begin{align}  ax + by + c = 0   \end{align}\)
Equation of a circle \(\begin{align}  x^2  + y^2  = r^2    \end{align}\)
Here ‘\(r \)’ is the radius of the circle
Equation of a parabola \(\begin{align}  y^2  = 4ax    \end{align}\)
Equation of an ellipse \(\begin{align}  \frac{{x^2 }}{{a^2 }} + \frac{{y^2 }}{{b^2 }} = 1   \end{align}\)
Equation of hyperbola \(\begin{align}  \frac{{x^2 }}{{a^2 }} - \frac{{y^2 }}{{b^2 }} = 1   \end{align}\)
Distance formula \(\begin{align} D = \sqrt {\begin{bmatrix}{\left( {x_2 - x_1 } \right)^2 } +\\ {\left( {y_2 - y_1 } \right)^2 }\end{bmatrix}}   \end{align}\)
Angle between two lines \(\begin{align}  \theta  = \tan ^{ - 1} \left( {\frac{{m_2  - m_1 }}{{1 + m_1 m_2 }}} \right)    \end{align}\)

3. Circles Formulas

Area of circle  \(\begin{align}   \pi r^2     \end{align}\)
Diameter of circle  \( 2r \)
Circumference of circle  \(\begin{align}    2\pi r     \end{align}\)
Sector angle of circle  \(\begin{align}    \theta  = \frac{{\left( {180 \times l} \right)}}{{\left( {\pi r} \right)}}     \end{align}\)
Area of the sector \(\begin{align}     \left( {\frac{\theta }{2}} \right) \times r^2      \end{align}\)
Area of the circular ring \(\begin{align}   = \pi  \times \left( {R^2  - r^2 } \right)   \end{align}\)
\(\begin{align}\theta &= \text{Angle between two radii}\\R &= \text{Radius of outer circle}\\r &= \text{Radius of inner circle}\end{align}\)

4. Surface Area and Volume Formulas

Volume of Cuboid (LSA) \(\begin{align} l \times b \times h \end{align}\)
Lateral Surface Area of Cuboid (LSA) \(\begin{align}  2h\left( {l + b} \right)    \end{align}\)
Total Surface Area of Cuboid (TSA) \(\begin{align}  2\left( {lb + bh + hl} \right)   \end{align}\)
Volume of Cube \(\begin{align} x^3   \end{align}\)
Lateral Surface Area of Cube (LSA) \(\begin{align}   4x^2    \end{align}\)
Total Surface Area of Cube (TSA) \(\begin{align}   6x^2     \end{align}\)
Volume of Sphere \(\begin{align}   \frac{4}{3} \times \pi r^3      \end{align}\)
Lateral Surface Area of Sphere (LSA) \(\begin{align}    4\pi r^2       \end{align}\)
Total Surface Area of Sphere (TSA) \(\begin{align}  4\pi r^2        \end{align}\)
Right Circular Cylinder
Volume of Right Circular Cylinder \(\begin{align}   \pi r^2 h     \end{align}\)
Lateral Surface Area of Right Circular Cylinder (LSA) \(\begin{align}   2 \times \left( {\pi rh} \right)     \end{align}\)
Total Surface Area of Right Circular Cylinder (TSA) \(\begin{align}   2\pi r \times \left( {r + h} \right)     \end{align}\)
Right Pyramid
Volume of Right Pyramid \(\begin{align}   \frac{1}{3} \times \begin{bmatrix}\text{Area of }\\\text{the Base}\end{bmatrix} \times h  \end{align}\)
Lateral Surface Area of Right Pyramid (LSA) \(\begin{align}   \frac{1}{2} \times p \times L   \end{align}\)
Total Surface Area of Right Pyramid (TSA) \(\begin{align}   {\text{LSA}} + \begin{bmatrix}\text{Area of }\\\text{the Base}\end{bmatrix} \end{align}\)
Right Circular Cone
Volume of Right Circular Cone \(\begin{align}   \frac{1}{3} \times \left( {\pi r^2 h} \right) \end{align}\)
Lateral Surface Area of Right Circular Cone (LSA) \(\begin{align}   \pi rl \end{align}\)
Total Surface Area of Right Circular Cone (TSA) \(\begin{align}   \pi r \times \left( {r + L} \right)    \end{align}\)
Volume of Hemisphere \(\begin{align}  \frac{2}{3} \times \left( {\pi r^3 } \right)   \end{align}\)
Lateral Surface Area of Hemisphere (LSA) \(\begin{align}  2\pi r^2    \end{align}\)
Total Surface Area of Hemisphere (TSA) \(\begin{align}  3\pi r^2     \end{align}\)
Volume of Prism \(\begin{align}  B \times h     \end{align}\)
Lateral Surface Area of Prism (LSA) \(\begin{align}  p \times h     \end{align}\)
Total Surface Area of Prism (TSA) \(\begin{align}  \pi  \times r \times \left( {r + L} \right)    \end{align}\)
\(\begin{align} l &= \text{Length, } \\ h &= \text{Height,} \\ b &= \text{Breadth}  \\  r &= \text{Radius of Sphere}  \\  L &= \text{Slant Height}  \end{align}\)

5. Statistics Formulas

Mean \(\begin{align}   \overline x   \end{align}\) \(\begin{align}   \frac{{\sum x }}{n}   \end{align}\)
\(\begin{align}  x &= {\text{Sum of the Values}} \\ n &= {\text{Number of Values}}  \end{align}\)
Standard Deviation, \(\begin{align}   \sigma    \end{align}\) \(\begin{align}   \sigma  = \sqrt {\frac{{\sum\nolimits_{i = 1}^n {} \left( {x_i  - \overline x } \right)^2 }}{{N - 1}}}     \end{align}\)
\(\begin{align}    x_i  &= {\text{Terms Given in the Data}}, \\ \overline x  &= {\text{Mean}}, \\ 
 N &= {\text{Total Number of Terms}}     \end{align}\)
Range \( R \) \(\begin{align} R = \begin{bmatrix}\text{Largest}\\\text{value}\end{bmatrix} -\begin{bmatrix}\text{Smallest} \\ \text{value}\end{bmatrix} \end{align}\)
Variance, \(\begin{align}   \sigma    \end{align}\) \(\begin{align} \sigma ^2  = \frac{{\sum {x_i  - \overline x } }}{N}  \end{align}\)
\(\begin{align}   x &= {\text{Item given in the data}}, \\ \overline x  &= {\text{Mean of the data}},\\  N &= {\text{Total number of terms}}   \end{align}\)

6. Heron's Formula 

Right-angle triangle \(\begin{align}  P = b + h + d  \end{align}\)
\(\begin{align}   &{\text{Height}} = h,\\ & {\text{Base}} = b, \\ & {\text{Hypotenuse}} = d,  \end{align}\)
Isosceles right-angle triangle \(\begin{align} p &= 2a + a\sqrt 2  \\ a &= \text{Equal Sides}   \end{align}\)
Triangle with different sides \( a,\;b,\;c \) \(\begin{align} P = a + b + c  \end{align}\)
Square with side \(a\) \(\begin{align}  P = 4a   \end{align}\)
Rectangle \(\begin{align}  &P = 2L + 2B \\ &{\text{Length}} = L, \\&{\text{Breadth}} = B   \end{align}\)
Parallelogram with
two sides \(a\) and \(b\) 
\(\begin{align}  P = 2a + 2b   \end{align}\)
Rhombus with diagonals
\(\begin{align}  d_1  \end{align}\) and \(\begin{align}  d_2  \end{align}\)
\(\begin{align}  P = 2\sqrt {d_1^2  + d_2^2 }  \end{align}\)


Right-angle triangle \(\begin{align}   {A = \frac{1}{2} \times b \times h}  \end{align}\)
Isosceles right-angle triangle \(\begin{align} {A = \frac{1}{2} \times a^2 }   \end{align}\)
Triangle with different sides \( a,\;b,\;c \) \(\begin{align}  {A = 2\sqrt {s(s - a)(s - b)(s - c)} }  \end{align}\)
Here,  \(\begin{align}   s = \frac{{a + b + c}}{2}   \end{align}\)
Square with side \(a\) \(\begin{align}  A = a^2    \end{align}\)
Rectangle \(\begin{align}  A = L \times B   \end{align}\)
Parallelogram with two sides \(a\) and \(b\)  \(\begin{align}  A = {\text{Base}} \times {\text{Height}}   \end{align}\)
Rhombus with diagonals \(\begin{align}  d_1  \end{align}\) and \(\begin{align}  d_2  \end{align}\) \(\begin{align}   {A = \frac{1}{2}d_1 d_2 }  \end{align}\)

7. Probability Formulas

\(\begin{align} \text{Probability}  \end{align}\) \(\begin{align} = \frac{\text{No. of Favourable Outcomes}}{\text{Total No. of Outcomes}} \end{align}\)


Our FREE CBSE Class 9 chapter-wise formulas PDF covers the following chapters:

  • Chapter-1   Number Systems
  • Chapter-2   Polynomials
  • Chapter-3   Coordinate Geometry
  • Chapter-4   Linear Equations in Two Variables
  • Chapter-5   Introduction to Euclids Geometry
  • Chapter-6   Lines and Angles
  • Chapter-7   Triangles
  • Chapter-8   Quadrilaterals
  • Chapter-9   Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles
  • Chapter-10 Circles
  • Chapter-11 Constructions
  • Chapter-12 Heron’s Formula
  • Chapter-13 Surface Areas and Volumes
  • Chapter-14 Statistics
  • Chapter-15 Probability
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