# NCERT Class 9 Maths Formula CBSE Board Sample Problems Part 11 (For CBSE, ICSE, IAS, NET, NRA 2022)

Doorsteptutor material for CBSE is prepared by world's top subject experts: fully solved questions with step-by-step explanation- practice your way to success.

## 11. Heron Formula

S. no | Term | Description |

1 | Mensuration | It is branch of mathematics which is concerned about the measurement of length, area, and Volume of plane and Solid figure |

2 | Perimeter | (a) The perimeter of plane figure is defined as the length of the boundary (b) Its units are same as that of length i.e.. . , m, cm, km |

3 | Area | (a) The area of the plane figure is the surface enclosed by its boundary (b) Its unit is square of length unit. i.e.. . , |

**Unit Conversion**

1 Meter | 10 Decimeter | 100 centimeter |

1 Decimeter | 10 centimeter | 100 millimeter |

1 Km | 10 Hectometer | 100 Decameter |

1 Decameter | 10 meter | 1000 centimeter |

1 square Meter | 100 square Decimeter | 10000 square centimeter |

1 square Decimeter | 100 square centimeter | 10000 square millimeter |

1 Hectare | 100 square Decameter | 10000 square meter |

1 square myraimeter | 100 square kilometer | square meter |

### Perimeter and Area of Different Figure

N | Shape | Perimeter/height | Area |

1 | Right angle triangle Base = b, Height = h Hypotenuse = d | Height = h | |

2 | Isosceles right angled triangle Equal side = a | Height = a | |

3 | Any triangle of sides a, b c | Where This is called Heron՚s formula (sometimes called Hero՚s formula) is named after Hero of Alexandria | |

4 | Square Side = a | ||

5 | Rectangle of Length and breadth L and B respectively | A = LX B | |

6 | Parallelograms Two sides are given as a and b | A = Base X height When the diagonal is also given, say d Then W here | |

7 | Rhombus Diagonal d_{1} and d_{2} are given | ||

8 | Quadrilateral (a) All the sides are given a, b, c, d (b) Both the diagonal are perpendicular to each other (c) When a diagonal and perpendicular to diagonal are given where d is diagonal and and are perpendicular to that | (a) | (a) Where (b) Where and are the diagonal (c) |