# SOLUTION: I am taking a pharmacology course and am having trouble remembering how to solve proportion questions. ex(2:x::30:600) ? 20: x :: 30= 10?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Reduction-of-unit-multipliers Question 27938: I am taking a pharmacology course and am having trouble remembering how to solve proportion questions. ex(2:x::30:600) ? 20: x :: 30= 10?Answer by venugopalramana(3286)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!ex(2:x::30:600) ? 20: x :: 30: 10? IT IS REALLY SIMPLE..THERE IS ONLY 1 RULE ..THAT IS... PRODUCT OF EXTREMES = PRODUCT OF MEANS 2*600 = X*30.......OR.................20*10=X*30 1200=30X...............................200=30X X=1200/30...............................X=200/30 X=40....................................X=20/3