We present Grade 9 term 3 Maths paper to help learners prepare for their test normally written around September of each year. We have added short descriptions for different sections that you are likely to be tested on. Although there may be slight differences on the paper in terms of the sequence of section, the paper is very useful for preparations.

Before you download the Question Paper, we recommend that you go through sections that are covered below. These are the sections of the test paper for Grade 9 term 3 Maths.

### Grade 9 Term 3 Maths Test Paper Sections

**Section 1: Algebra**

**Equations & Inequalities**– Learn how to solve linear equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations, and quadratic equations.**Exponents & Logarithms:**Understanding and applying the laws of exponents, solving exponential equations, and understanding logarithms.**Sequences and Series**– Develop the ability to recognise patterns in sequences, finding the nth term, and calculating sums of series.

**Section 2: Geometry**

**Euclidean Geometry:**Proving theorems and solving problems related to triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, and other geometric shapes.**Coordinate Geometry:**Finding the equation of a line, determining the distance between points, and calculating the midpoint of a line segment.**Trigonometry:**Understanding the trigonometric ratios, solving triangles, and applying trigonometry to real-world problems.

**Section 3: Measurement**

**Area and Perimeter:**Calculation of the area and perimeter of various shapes, including triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles.**Volume and Surface Area:**Calculation of the volume and surface area of three-dimensional shapes like prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and spheres.**Rate, Distance, and Time:**Solving problems that include speed, distance and time.

**Section 4: Data Handling**

**Statistics:**Collecting, organizing, and analyzing data, calculating measures of the mean, median and mode. Disperse (range, variance, standard deviation).**Probability:**Understanding the concept and meaning probability, calculating probabilities of simple & compound events.

**5. Functions**

**Graphs of Functions:**Understanding the graphs of linear, quadratic, and exponential functions.**Inverse Functions:**Finding the inverse of a function and understanding its properties.