Write a C++ program that conducts the rational number operations. Your program will use a rational number class to perform the

You need to use constructors for:

1) correctly initializing variable members, and

2) creating objects with given initial values.
Note that a fraction may have both a numerator and a denominator, for example:
(8/3), or may simply be a number, for example: 6, in which case you will
actually use (6/1) to represent it. Thus, the constructors with two
and one arguments should be included in the class definition.

Your class will have a function for each one of the four operations. For example: Suppose we have defined objects a and b as two fractions, then to compute a + b, we will use:

a.add(b);

When you conduct an operation, you do not have to simplify the result, i.e., 4/5 * 5/10 = 20/50.

Here are some of the rules you may need:

a/b + c/d = (a*d + b*c) / (b*d)

a/b - c/d = (a*d - b*c) / (b*d)

(a/b) * (c/d) = (a*c) / (b*d)

(a/b) / (c/d) = (a*d) * (c*b)

*A more complicated version of this program is listed at the end of
Chapter (6) - Problem 9.*