In Exercises 5 to 14, find the value of x in each proportion.
a) 

b) 

a) To find:
The value of x in the given proportion.
According to MeansExtremes Property, in a proportion, the product of the means equals the product of the extremes.
Calculation:
Consider,
Apply meansextremes property of proportion in
b) To find:
The value of x in the given proportion.
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