Find the value(s) of x in each proportion:
a)

c)

b)

d)

e)

g)

f)

h)

a)
To find:
The value of x in proportion.
Property used (MeanExtremes Property):
In a proportion, the product of the means equal to the product of the extremes, that is, if
Then
Calculation:
Given,
b)
To find:
The value of x in proportion.
c)
To find:
The value of x in proportion.
d)
To find:
The value of x in proportion.
e)
To find:
The value of x in proportion.
f)
To find:
The value of x in proportion.
g)
To find:
The value of x in proportion.
h)
To find:
The value of x in proportion.
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