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I am a fraction equivalent to 45/60. If you were to multiply my denominator by my numerator the product would be 192. What fraction am I?

a/b is the fraction.
ab=192
a/b=45/60
a= 45b/60
45b/60 * b= 192
b^2=4*192/3=4*64=16^2
b=16 
i am a fraction. the numerator is 6 less than denominator. if 1 subtracted from numerator and 1 added to denominator the denominator b
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