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1 SANSKAR SCHOOL HOME ASSIGNMENT CLASS IX SUBJECT - ENGLISH CHAPTER- The Happy Prince NOTE: Attempt Q1,2 &3 on your own. All questions are to be done in the English register. SHORT ANSWER TYPE QUESTIONS Q1. What made the Happy Prince cry? Q2. To whom did the prince send his ruby and why? Q3. How did the prince and the swallow enable the playwright to finish his work? Q4. What was the boy s mother doing when the swallow flew into the room? Why did the boy feel cool? Ans. The boy s mother had fallen asleep. The boy felt cool as the swallow fanned the boy with his wings Q5. Describe the sufferings of the poor people in the city. How did the Happy Prince help them? Ans. The poor people in the city lived a miserable life. There was a poor seamstress. She had nothing to give her son who was sick. So the Happy Prince sent a ruby for her. There was a playwright who had no wood to keep himself warm. The prince sent him a sapphire. There was a match-girl who had no shoes or stockings. Her matches had fallen in the gutter. She was crying. The prince sent her his second sapphire. There were hungry and homeless children. The prince sent them all the gold leaves he had on his dress and helped the poor people of his city. Q6. Why did the swallow not leave the Prince and go to Egypt? Ans. The Happy Prince had become totally blind. The swallow was impressed with his charity and kindness. He had sacrificed everything for a good cause of helping the poor in their needs. The swallow loved the prince and could not leave him in that state. He decided not to go to Egypt. He remained there till his last breath.

2 Q7. What did the swallow see when it was flying over the city? Ans. The swallow saw all categories of people. He found the rich making merry in their beautiful houses and beggars begging, sitting at the gates. He also saw a group of wandering children. LONG ANSWER TYPE QUESTIONS Q1.The swallow was to go away to Egypt. Why did he decide to stay on with the Happy Prince? What does this act of his show about his character? Ans: The swallow happened to stop by at the city where the statue of the Happy Prince was placed. It was the sheer chance that he took shelter between the feet of the statue for just one night on way to Egypt, but stayed back till his last breath because he was moved by the Prince s selfless love, kindness and spirit of self-sacrifice. This act of the swallow shows the qualities of compassion, understanding and helpfulness in his character. He helped the Prince by becoming his messenger and carrying the jewels from the statue to the seamstress, the playwright and the match girl. He became a constant companion to the Prince after both the sapphires had been plucked out from his eye sockets. The swallow loved the Prince unconditionally and became his eyes by flying over the city and reporting the hardships and miseries of the people.. Thus, the good values of the swallow helped him to remain a loving companion to the Prince till cold and hunger snatched away his life. Q2. What is the MESSAGE of the story The Happy Prince? Ans2. This story gives many important messages. The first message is that we must spread happiness around us if we wish to be happy. It is useless to mount statues with gold and jewels when the people are hungry. The Prince could be happy only as long as sorrow was not allowed to enter his palace. The next message is that the disparity and sorrow in society can be overcome by compassion, generosity and sharing. The generous prince and the gentle swallow sacrificed themselves to bring happiness to the poor and the needy. However, their deaths did not end their lives. The redemptive power of love made them live forever as the precious and chosen ones of God.

3 CLASS IX SUBJECT - HINDI प ठ म र स ग क औरत ल ख क - म द ल गगग 25 अक ट फय 1938 क ऩश च भ फ ग र क क रक त भ जन भ म द ल गगग हह द क सफस र कप र म र ख क ओ भ स एक ह उऩन म स, कह न स ग रह, न टक तथ ननफ ध स ग रह सफ मभर कय उन ह न रगबग 30 ककत फ मर ह उनक उऩन म स औय कह ननम क अन क ब ष ओ भ अन व द ह आ ह श जनभ जभमन, क तथ ज ऩ न ब श मभर ह चन-1 र ख क न अऩन न न क कब द ब नह कपय ब उनक व मश क तत व स व क म ब प रवत थ? उत तय 1 र ख क क न न क भ त म उनक भ क श द स ऩहर ह गई थ ऩयन त उनक भ क द व य उन ह न न न क प रवषम भ फह त क छ स न य थ फ शक उनक न न मशक ष त स त र नह थ, न ह कब ऩद म व घय स फ हय ह गई थ ऩयन त व एक स त वत र व मश क तत व क स त व मभन थ उनक भन भ आज द क रड ई कयन व र क मरए प रवश ष आदय थ मह क यण थ कक अऩन अ त सभम स ऩहर अऩन ऩनत क मभर स उन ह न ननव दन ककम थ कक उनक ऩ र क प रवव ह उनक ऩनत क ऩस द स न ह, क म कक वह स त वम अ ग र ज क सभथमक थ, फश कक उनक मभर कयव ए वह अऩन ह तयह आज द क द व न ढ ढ व द श क आज द क मरए ब ज न न य त ऩयन त कब घय स फ हय उन ह न कदभ नह य थ चन -2 र ख क क न न क आज द क आ द रन भ ककस क य क ब ग द य यह? उत तय -2 वह त म र ऩ भ बर ह आज द क रड ई भ ब ग नह र ऩ ई ह ऩयन त अ त म र ऩ भ सद व इस रड ई भ सश मभमरत यह औय इसक भ ख म उद यहण मह थ कक उन ह न अऩन ऩ र क श द क श जमभ द य अऩन ऩनत क स त वत रत स न न मभर क द थ वह अऩन द भ द एक आज द क मसऩ ह हत थ न कक अ ग र ज क ट क य कयन व र क चन -3 र ख क क भ ऩय ऩय क ननव मह न कयत ह ए ब सफक हदर ऩय य ज कयत थ इस कथन क आर क भ (क) र ख क क भ क प रवश षत ए मरख ए ( ) र ख क क द द क घय क भ ह र क शब द-च र अ ककत क श जए

4 उत तय -3 र ख क क भ फ रयस त टय क फ ट थ व अऩन भ क ह ब नत स त वत र व मश क तत व क स त व मभन थ उन ह न कब ब एक फह, ऩत न व भ क कतमव म क ऩ रन नह ककम थ ऩयन त कपय ब व स य घय क प म य थ उनक मरए र ख क न कह ह, कब घय क ककस अन म सदस त म क श मद ह क छ कहत स न ह क म कक (क) (1) उनक सफस फड प रवश षत थ कक व एक ईभ नद य स त र थ व कब झ ठ नह फ रत थ कपय ह ककतन कडव स ह क म न ह म उनक रयर क फड प रवश षत थ मह क यण ह कक घय क सब र ग उनक आदय कयत थ (2) व कब ककस क ग ऩन म फ त कब द सय ऩय ज हहय नह ह न द त थ श जसक क यण सब व मश क त उनक मभर थ उनक सर ह क सब समभ न कयत थ ( ) र ख क क द द क घय क भ ह र स त वत रत स ऩरयऩ णम थ व अऩन फह ओ व फ हटम ऩय त न म उर हन नह द त थ उनक घय ऩरयव य क द श टट स क प फड थ उनक एक ऩयद द ब थ उनक घय भ सफक सभ न अचधक य प त थ ककस स ब क ई सव र-जव फ नह ककम कयत थ उनक घय उस सभम क ऩरयव श स सवमद मबन न थ उस सभम भ उनक ऩयद द द व य रडक भ गन स सब ह य न थ, ऩय उनक द द क मह इच छ थ चन 4 आऩ अऩन ककऩन स मरख ए कक ऩयद द न ऩत ह क मरए ऩहर फच क र ऩ भ रडक ऩ द ह न क भन नत क म भ ग? उत तय -4 उनक द द मबन न स त वब व क स त व मभन थ र ख क क अन स य उनक द द र ग स प रवऩय त ह र कयत थ वह सद व र क स हटकय फ त कयत थ, उन ह कत य भ रन क श क नह थ ऩयन त हभ य सभझ स उनक द द रडककम स फह त प म य कयत थ श मद मह वजह यह ह कक व अऩन ऩत ह स ऩहर फच क र ऩ भ कन म हत थ ऩ कन म ह न ऩय ब कब उन ह न र ख क क भ क त न म उर हन नह हदम

5 CLASS IX SUBJECT SANSKRIT

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9 CLASS IX SUBJECT MATHEMATICS

10 CHAPTER 14 Statistics MATHEMATICS CLASS IX WORKSHEET 1 Q1. The blood groups of 30 students of Class VIII are recorded as follows: A, B, O, O, AB, O, A, O, B, A, O, B, A, O, O, A, AB, O, A, A, O, O, AB, B, A, O, B, A, B, O. Represent this data in the form of a frequency distribution table. Q 2. The distance (in km) of 40 engineers from their residence to their place of work were found as follows: Construct a grouped frequency distribution table with class size 5 for the data given above taking the first interval as 0-5 (5 not included). Q 3. The relative humidity (in %) of a certain city for a month of 30 days was as follows: (i) Construct a grouped frequency distribution table with classes 84-86, 86-88, etc. (ii) Which month or season do you think this data is about? (iii) What is the range of this data? Q4. The heights of 50 students, measured to the nearest centimetres, have been found to be as follows:

11 Represent the data given above by a grouped frequency distribution table, taking the class intervals as , , etc. Q 5. A study was conducted to find out the concentration of sulphur dioxide in the air in parts per million (ppm) of a certain city. The data obtained for 30 days is as follows: (i) Make a grouped frequency distribution table for this data with class intervals as , , and so on. (ii) For how many days, was the concentration of sulphur dioxide more than 0.11 parts per million? Q6. Three coins were tossed 30 times simultaneously. Each time the number of heads occurring was noted down as follows: Prepare a frequency distribution table for the data given above. Q7. The value of π upto 50 decimal places is given below: (i) Make a frequency distribution of the digits from 0 to 9 after the decimal point. (ii) What are the most and the least frequently occurring digits? Q8. Thirty children were asked about the number of hours they watched TV programmes in the previous week. The results were found as follows:

12 (i) Make a grouped frequency distribution table for this data, taking class width 5 and one of the class intervals as (ii) How many children watched television for 15 or more hours a week? Q9. A company manufactures car batteries of a particular type. The lives (in years) of 40 such batteries were recorded as follows: Construct a grouped frequency distribution table for this data, using class intervals of size 0.5 starting from the interval

13 CLASS IX SUBJECT - SCIENCE

14 CLASS IX SUBJECT - SOCIAL SCIENCE The Russian Revolution In the October Revolution of 1917, socialists took over the government in Russia. The fall of monarchy in February 1917 and the events of October were termed as the Russian Revolution. The Russian Empire in 1914 In 1914, Russia was ruled by Tsar Nicholas II and its empire. The Russian Empire included current-day Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, parts of Poland, Ukraine and Belarus, stretching to the Pacific and comprised today s Central Asian states, as well as Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Majority of the population was Russian Orthodox Christianity. Economy and Society At the beginning of the twentieth century, Russian population was dominated by agriculturalists, who used to cultivate for the market as well as for their own needs. St Petersburg and Moscow were prominent industrial areas. Craftsmen undertook much of the production, but large factories existed alongside craft workshops. In the 1890 s more factories were set up after and foreign investment in industry increased. Large factories were supervised by the government to ensure minimum wages and limited hours of work. Workers were a divided social group. They were also divided by their skill. Despite divisions, workers united to stop work when they disagreed with employers about dismissals or work conditions. Peasants cultivated most of the land but the nobility, the crown and the Orthodox Church owned large properties. Nobles got power and position through their services to the Tsar. In Russia, peasants wanted the land of the nobles. Socialism in Russia Political parties in Russia were legal before In 1898, socialists founded the Russian Social Democratic Workers Party who respected Marx s ideas. Some Russian socialists felt that the Russian peasant custom of dividing land periodically made them natural socialists. Throughout the nineteenth century, socialists were active in the countryside and formed the Socialist Revolutionary Party in The party struggled for peasants rights and demanded land belonging to nobles be transferred to peasants. The party was divided over the strategy of organisation. According to Vladimir Lenin in a repressive society like Tsarist Russia, the party should be disciplined and should control the number and quality of its members. Mensheviks thought that the party should be open to all. A Turbulent Time: The 1905 Revolution Russia was an autocracy and even at the beginning of the twentieth century, the Tsar was not subject to Parliament. During the Revolution of 1905, Russia along with the Social Democrats and Socialist Revolutionaries, worked with peasants and workers to demand a constitution. For Russian workers, bad times started from the year 1904 as prices of essential goods rose and their real wages declined by 20 per cent. Workers went on strike demanding a reduction in the working day to eight hours, an increase in wages and improvement in working conditions. The procession was attacked by the police and the Cossacks when it reached the Winter Palace. The incident, known as Bloody Sunday, started a series of events which resulted in the 1905 Revolution. During the 1905 Revolution, the Tsar allowed the creation of an elected consultative Parliament or Duma. After 1905, most committees and unions worked unofficially, since they were declared illegal. The First World War and the Russian Empire In 1914, war broke out between two European alliances Germany, Austria and Turkey (the Central powers) and France, Britain and Russia (later Italy and Romania). This was the First World War. The war became popular and as it continued, the Tsar refused to consult the main parties in the Duma. Support wore thin. The First World War was different on the eastern front and on the western front. Between 1914 and 1916 Russian army lost badly in Germany and Austria. Russian army destroyed crops and buildings to prevent the enemy from being able to live off the land. The country was cut off from other suppliers of industrial goods by German control of the Baltic Sea. railway lines began to break down by For the people in the cities, bread and flour became scarce. By the winter of 1916, riots at bread shops were common. Q.1 In what ways the working population in Russia different from other countries in Europe before 1917? Q.2 Describe the history of socialist movement in Russia. Q.3 Who was Father Gapon? Enumerate the events leading to the Bloody Sunday incident and 1905 Revolution. Q.4 What was the impact of First World War on Russian Economy? Q.5 Explain the main causes of Russian Revolution.

15 CLASS IX SUBJECT - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY wby2ihayrd58mzcjr/view?usp=sharing

16 WORKSHEET-XII CLASS-IX INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ELECTRONIC SPREADSHEET (UNIT-9) (EXPLORING CHARTS) Q1.Explain Charts. Q2. A is a round chart that is divided into zones. Q3. There are three types of columns charts in LibreOffice Calc. a. True b. False Q4. A chart sheet contains only one chart and does not display the source data. a. True b. False Q5. Which of the following charts is not available in the LibreOffice Calc spreadsheet? a. Line b. Area c. Bar d. Circle Q6. Which of the following is not a chart component? a. Plot area b. X-axis c. Legend d. Text area Q7. Explain different types of charts available in Calc? Q8.