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Additional Requirements

Use a template so the class works with any kind of number (i.e. int, float, double)

fractionType<int> num1(5, 6);

fractionType<float> num1(5.1, 6.2);

Tip: get your class working with integer values first for numerator and denominator and convert to a template after it is working with ints. When converting to a template you may need to move all of your implementation into the .h header file.

Rational fractions are of the form alb, in which a and b are integers and b*0. In this exercise, by fractions we mean rational fractions Suppose alb and cld are fractions. Arithmetic operations on fractions are defined by the following rules: alb + cld -(ad + bc)lbd alb X cld-aclbd (alb)/(c/d)-adlbc; in which cld * 0. Fractions are compared as follows: alb op cld if ad op bc, in which op is any of the relational operations. For example, alb < cld if ad < bc Design a class-say, fractionType-that performs the arithmetic and relational operations on fractions. Overload the arithmetic and relational operators so that the appropriate symbols can be used to perform the operation. Also, overload the stream insertion and stream extraction operators for easy input and output. Write a C++ program that, using the class fractionType, performs operations on fractions. Among other things, test the following: Suppose x, y, and z are objects of type fractionType. If the input is 2/3, the statement cin >> x; should store 2/3 in x. The statement cout << x + y << endl; should output the value of x + y in fraction form. The statement should store the sum ofx and y in z in fraction form. Your answer need not be in the lowest terms,

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