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Updated for **new NCERT - 2023-24 Edition**

Solutions to all NCERT Exercise Questions and Examples of Chapter 2 Class 9 Polynomials are provided free at Teachoo. Answers to each and every question is explained in an easy to understand way, with videos of all the questions.

In this chapter, we will learn

- What is a
**Polynomial** - What are
**Polynomials in One Variable** - What are
**monomials, binomials, trinomials** - What is the
**Degree of a Polynomial** - What are
**Linear, Quadratic and Cubic**Polynomials - What is
**zero of a polynomial**(or root of a polynomial) **Finding zeroes**of a polynomial**Dividing Polynomials**and finding**remainder**- Finding Remainder using
**Remainder Theorem** **Checking if it is a factor**or not**Factorising**Quadratic and Cubic Polynomials using Factor Theorem- Solving questions using
**Algebra Identities**(Check full list of**Algebra Formulas**)

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Updated for **new NCERT - 2023-24 Edition**

Solutions to all NCERT Exercise Questions and Examples of Chapter 2 Class 9 Polynomials are provided free at Teachoo. Answers to each and every question is explained in an easy to understand way, with videos of all the questions.

In this chapter, we will learn

- What is a
**Polynomial** - What are
**Polynomials in One Variable** - What are
**monomials, binomials, trinomials** - What is the
**Degree of a Polynomial** - What are
**Linear, Quadratic and Cubic**Polynomials - What is
**zero of a polynomial**(or root of a polynomial) **Finding zeroes**of a polynomial**Dividing Polynomials**and finding**remainder**- Finding Remainder using
**Remainder Theorem** **Checking if it is a factor**or not**Factorising**Quadratic and Cubic Polynomials using Factor Theorem- Solving questions using
**Algebra Identities**(Check full list of**Algebra Formulas**)

Click on exercise or topic link below to get started

Note:

Important questionshave also been marked for your reference. They are in a list with arrows.