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If my goal is to consider f1 and f2 to hold the numerator and denominator of two fractions and multiply f1(9,8) by f2(2,3). i don't understand how to write the MultipliedBy function if I only have two member variables in the class it's self. I feel like i'm just missing something. Does MulitplyedBy get passes f1 and f2? does it need 4 arguments ?

```
int main()
{
fraction f1(9,8);
fraction f2(2,3);
fraction result;
cout << "The result starts off at ";
result.print();
cout << endl;
cout << "The product of ";
f1.print();
cout << " and ";
f2.print();
cout << " is ";
result = f1.MultipliedBy(f2);
result.print();
cout << endl;
}
```