`CS 1440 Lab 7`

In file called Fraction.C, write a C++ program that defines
a class Fraction. A fraction
consists of a numerator value and a denominator value. Provide two constructors (one
parameterized and one parameterless).
Provide functions to give clients the numerator and denominator values. Provide ** member ** functions to add and multiply a
fraction object to another fraction object ** and store the result in a new object **. You might need to recall some high
school math here regarding common denominators, however you may find everything you need on last page of Chapter (6). Your fractions do not have to be simplified; that is, it is
okay to end up with a fraction like 10/20. Have your main function “exercise” the class like done in
activity 3 of the lab.