# CBSE Class 9 Mathematics Value Based Questions

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CBSE Class 9 Mathematics Value Based Questions. Value based questions are very important and always form part of examinations and class tests. Students are requested to download the VBQs and practice them to get better marks in examinations.

Question. A survey was conducted on 200 drivers in a particular city to record the number of accidents in a month. The objective of the survey was to find a relationship between age and accidents. The data obtained are given in the following table:

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

Find the probabilities of the following events for a driver chosen at random from the city:

(a) being 18 – 30 years of age and having 2 or more than 2 accidents in a month

(b) Being 30 – 50 yrs of age and having 1 or more accidents in a month

(c) Above 50 yrs of age and having no accidents in a month

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(d) What values should be imbibed by the driver to minimize the number of accidents

·  Patience

·  Calm and composed

·  Responsibility

·  Respecting law and order

Question. In a survey conducted on children in a village in the age group 5 – 15 years, it was found that , out of 150 girls , 55 girls attend school, whereas out of 150 boys , 148 attend school.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Calculate the probability of the number of the girls and boys not going to school.

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(b) What value is missing among the people of this village?

·  Collaboration/celebrating diversity
·  Responsibility
·  Awareness

Question. A survey was conducted in a group of students as a part of their environment awareness programme in which they collected the following data regarding the number of plants planted in 20 houses in a locality.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Find the probability of the number of houses having 8 – 10 plants.
(b) Find the probability of number of houses having less than 4 plants

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(c) What value is reflected from the group of people doing the plantations?

·  Sensitive towards environment
·  Participating citizenship
·  Concerned
CHAPTER-STATISTICS
Question. A survey was conducted on a group of students as a part of their environment awareness programme in which theycollected the following data regarding the number of plants planted by 15 different sections of class IX and X of a school.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) If the mean of the above observations is 54.8, find the value of x.

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(b) What values do you think the students learn from this activity?

· Sensitive towards nature
· Awareness
· Responsible behaviour

Question. The numbers of gifts donated by different families of a housing group to an orphanage on the auspicious occasion of Diwali are as follows:-
17 2 7 27 15 5 14 8 10 24 48 10 8 7 18 28

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Find the median of the number of gifts donated by a family.
VALUE BASED QUESTION
(b) What values are depicted by the families through this gesture?

· Generosity
· Kindness
· Compassion

Question. Given below are the numbers of schools opened by different NGOs for imparting free education in rural areas in the year 2011-12.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Draw a bar graph to represent the above data.

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(b) What values are reflected by the NGOs through this action?

·Concerned for society
· Responsible behavior
· Sensitivity
· Compassion
· Empathy

Question. 5 students were asked to spend some time to do community/ social work. They spent 10, 7 , 13, 20 and 15 hours in aweek respectively for this cause without affecting their studies.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Find the average time in a week devoted by them for social work?

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(b) What values are reflected by this approach?

· Responsibility towards society
· Sensitivity
· Compassion
· Caring
·Empathy
· Kindness
CHAPTER-SURFACE AREAS AND VOLUMES
Question. Following a lecture on waste management, the school has decided to keep 2 dustbins in each class, one forbiodegradable & other one for non – bio degradable waste.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Which bin would occupy less area?
(b) Which bin has more capacity?

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(c) By using these bins which values does the school want to instill amongst the students?

· Environment sensitivity
· Responsible citizenship
· Awareness

Question. To relocate the homeless, an industrialist wants to build a three storey building on an area of 150m X 150m X 100m. Ifthe dimension of each room has to be 10m X 10m X 15m then,

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) What is the maximum number of rooms that can be constructed ?

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(b) W hat value does this act of the industrialist highlight?

·Kindness
· Humanity
· Responsibility towards the society
· Compassion
· Empathy

Question. Kamla wants to serve kheer to her two children & their friend Rita. She has three bowls .First one is a cubical vessel with the length of the edge measuring ‘ r ’  uits Second one is a cylindrical vessel with height 2r/3 uits and radius of the base  ‘ r ’ units Third one is a hemispherical bowl with radius  ‘r’  units.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Find the capacity of each bowl.

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(b) She serves Rita in the cubical bowl. What value does this act of hers indicate?

·  Sharing
·  Caring

CHAPTER - LINEAR EQUATIONS IN TWO VARIABLES

Questio. Neha and Megha decides to contribute a total of Rs 1000 for the flood victims in Bihar. Neha donates twice the amountdonated by Megha.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Write the linear equation which satisfy the above data and represent it graphically

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(b) Write the values exhibited by them in this initiative?

·Social Responsibility
·Compassion
·Team Work
·Empathy
·Concerned

Question. Sahil is unable to write his exam due to fracture in his arm. Rahul, a student of class VI writes for him. Thedifference between their ages is 3 years.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

a) Write a linear equation for it and represent it graphically.

VALUE BASED QUESTION

b) Write the values exhibited by Rahul?

· Compassion
·Sensitivity
· Responsibility

Question. Sahil a student of class IX helps a physically challenged man who is twice his age in his day - to - day activities.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

a) Write a linear equation for it and represent it graphically?

VALUE – BASED QUESTION

b) What are the values exhibited by Sahil?

· Sensitivity
· Compassion
· Social responsibility
· Concerned

Question. Given four points A (-4,2) ,B (4,2) ,C (4,-2), D (4,-2). A child of class I is standing at point A is stuck due to sudden firein the school building .A class XII child standing at point C sees that child (at point A) and runs towards him, saves him bytaking minimum time.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTIONS

(a) Plot the given points.
(b) Write equation of the path followed by the XII class student.
(c) Find the distance travelled by him.

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(d) Write the values exhibited by the class XII student.

· Caring
· Sensitivity
· Responsibility
· Proactive
· Dutiful

CHAPTER – AREAS OF PARALLELOGRAMS AND TRIANGLES
Question. A villager Ram has a plot of land of the shape of the quadrilateral. Government decided to take some portion of hisplot from one of the corners to construct the Health Centre and decided he should be given equal amount of land inlieu of his land adjoining his plot so as to form a triangular plot. Ram agrees to the above proposal.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Explain how this can be implemented?

VALUE BASED QUESTION

(b) What values, Ram is depicting by accepting the government Norms?

· Concern for health care facilities in his village
· Responsibilities towards his society

Question. A farmer has distributed his fields amongst his son and daughter according to the given figure. Ar (BEC) of theland was given to the son and combined lands comprising of ar( AEB) & ar(DEC) to his daughter.

CONTEXTUAL QUESTION

(a) Is the distribution of land between son and daughter equal? Justify the answer.

VALUE BASE QUESTION

(b) What values are inculcated by farmer to his children?

· Honesty
· Equality
· Respectful
· Celebrating diversity
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