Complete the proof of this property:
If
PROOF  
Statements  Reasons 
1.

1.

2.

2.

3.

3.

4.

4.

5.

5. MeansExtremes Property (symmetric form) 
6.

6.

To complete:
The proof of the property “If
Given:
Proof  
1. 
1. ? 
2. 
2.? 
3. 
3.? 
4. 
4.? 
5. 
5.MeansExtremes Property (Symmetric form) 
6. 
6. ? 
Property used:
MeansExtremes Property:
In a proportion, the product of the means equals the product of the extremes; that is, if
Alternative forms of proportions:
In a proportion, the means or the extremes (or both) may be interchanged; that is, if
Calculation:
Given:
By meansextremes property, we get
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