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Math 3300 Programming Assignment 7

Instructions: Work on the following 1 programs and submit your source

code to me via Blackboard (you should send only 1 total files (in cpp format).

Do not send your .exe files. This program will test your ability to create classes.

1. Create a class named fraction which will represent a new data type

corresponding to fractions. Your class should create the following private

members:

- Integers n and d corresponding to the numerator and denominator

of the fraction

- A function gcd which returns the greatest common divisor of 2 integers (to help you reduce the fraction).

And the following public member functions:

- 3 constructors which will create any fraction when declared with 2

integers, will create a/1 when declared with 1 integer, and will create

0/1 when declared with no integers.

- num which returns the numerator of the fraction

- denom which returns the denominator of the fraction

- reduce which reduces the fraction to its lowest terms (using the

gcd function above). This function changes the value of n and d

appropriately.

- convert which returns a double representing the fraction (i.e. 3/4

becomes 0.75)

You are to overload the following operators: +, ?, ?, /, + =, ? =, ? =

, / =, &lt;, &lt;=, &gt;, &gt;=, ==, ! = for use with fractions. For the operators

+, ?, ?, /, + =, ? =, ? =, / =, calculate the new fraction in lowest terms

(like 3/4 instead of 6/8). Overload + and ? for both unary and binary

operations.

Also overload &lt;&lt; and &gt;&gt; to accept and display fractions in the form

a/b. A fraction like a/1 should be displayed as a. You can assume that a

fraction will always be input in the form a/b.

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