All these 9th chords have the 9th on the G string.
The notes from low to high are the root, 7th, 9th, and 3rd.
The 9th and 3rd on the adjacent strings, add a nice dissonant 2nd interval in the top range of the chords.
Jazz guitarists use these rich-sounding chords quite a lot.
Here are the fingerings:
Moving the 3rd, on the B string, up to the next note in the scale, gives you a sus chord.
Listen to the cool sounds of these chords in following video:
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