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Will help you prepare for the material covered in the first section of the next chapter. Solve each equation by using rhe cross-products principle to clear fractions from the proportion:

$\text { If } \frac { a } { b } = \frac { c } { d } , \text { then } a d = b c . ( b \neq 0 \text { and } d \neq 0 )$

Round to the nearest tenth. Solve for

$B , 0 < B < 180 ^ { \circ } : \frac { 81 } { \sin 43 ^ { \circ } } = \frac { 62 } { \sin B }$

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1 of 3Solve given equation using the cross-products principle to clear fraction from the proportion. It should be like this:

If $\dfrac{a}{b} = \dfrac{c}{d}$, then $ad = bc$.

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