# Basic Proportions Worksheet

Solve each proportion.  If a problem has two solutions, find both, separated by a comma.

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## Example:

 x = 2 6 3
`Answer: x = 4`

## Quiz:

1.  10 = x 5 1
`Answer: x = 2`

2.  6 = 1 x 2
`Answer: x = 12`

3.  x = 1 2 1
`Answer: x = 2`

4.  5 = 1 x 1
`Answer: x = 5`

5.  2x = 3 10 1
`Answer: x = 15`

6.  6x = 1 36 3
`Answer: x = 2`

7.  3 = 45 1 5x
`Answer: x = 3`

8.  3 = x x 3
`Answer: x = -3, 3`

9.  9 = x x 1
`Answer: x = -3, 3`

10.  x = 2 8 x
`Answer: x = -4, 4`

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