Mathematics Project
Class:9 Date
of submission :9^{th} July 2010
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General
Instructions:
 The project should be hand written in about 5 A4 size sheets
 Credit will be given to original and creative use of material/pictures/drawings/methods of illustrating
 The project must be presented in a neatly spiral bound A4 size folder.
 Your last page should contain annotated references and bibliography
Assessment of the project work:
Research work done 

Analytical ability 

Application of Knowledge 

Procedure adopted 

Presentation Style 

Total :
Any one of the following projects may be chosen
(i) Author of the famous book “Lilavati”(ii)
The mathematician whose name was associated with the first Satellite launched
by
DESCRIPTION:
1.
Measurement
in our life:
Objective : To understand the need for of measurement in our life. To study the different Systems of Measurement and relations between them.
Method:
Find out why we need measurements.
What were some of the methods used by earlier civilizations to measure length, area, volume, weight .
What are the modern day systems of measurement of measure length, area, volume, weight .
How do they relate(Convert from one system to the other).
Results and findings are to be organized as separate
units in your project .
2. Life
sketches and
work of Mathematicians
Objective: Gaining knowledge of the work and lives of some mathematicians.
Method:
Find out who was the (i)Author of
the famous book “Lilavati”(ii)The mathematician whose name was associated with
the first Satellite launched by
(i) The “Father of Geometry”
Find out and write a brief Life sketch of each of them
Find out and write the important work in Mathematics done by each of them
Results and findings are to be organized as separate
units in your project
3. Vedic methods
for basic Mathematical operations
Objective: Gaining knowledge of Vedic methods for basic Mathematical operations.
Method
Find out where in our scriptures do these methods appear.
When did
What is the Vedic method of (i)Addition (ii) subtraction (iii)multiplication and (iv)division.(You should be able to explain these methods)
Write examples for each
Results and findings are to be organized as separate units in your project