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posted by suz .
A fraction equivalent to 45/60 if you were to multiply the denominator by the numerator the product would be 192

45/60 = 3/4
numerator/denominator
192=numerator*denominator
then its easy enough to just plug in numbers...so find fractions that are equal to 3/4...such as 9/12 12/16 15/20 
a fraction equivalent to 45/60 = 45x/(60x)
then 45x(60x) = 192
2700x^2 = 192
x^2 = 192/2700
= 16/225
x = 4/15
so {45(4/15)]/[60(4/15)]
= 12/16 
73/73
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