I would like to see a solution to

\(12^{\frac{1-a-b}{1-b}}\)

when \(60^{a}=3\) and \(60^{b}=5\)

I wonder if it's possible to prove without using logarithms.

Note: this problem comes from Mcgraw-Hill Ryerson Mathematics 11 textbook.

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