While trying to find $\frac {ab}{a+b}$ given $3^a=5^b=225$, a student follows the method below:

$3^a=5^b=225=9\times 25=3^2\times 5^2$

So, $3^a\times 5^b=(3^2\times 5^2)\times (3^2\times 5^2)$

Or, $3^a\times 5^b=3^4\times 5^4$

Since 3 & 5 are prime numbers, a=4 & b=4

Now, $\frac {ab}{a+b}=\frac {4\times 4}{4+4}=2$

Considering above solution, select correct options. More that 1 option may be correct.

(A) a = 4 is correct

(B) b = 4 is correct

(C) $\frac {ab}{a+b}=2$ is correct

(D) $\frac {1}{a}+\frac {1}{b}=\frac {1}{2}$ is correct

Key: (C) & (D)