Implement the following class.the class has two instance variables num for the fraction numerator and den for the fraction denominator.

public class Fraction implements Comparable<Fraction>

public Fraction(int num, int den)

// initialize instance variables

public int den() // returns the denominator

public int num() // returns the numerator

public Fraction mediant(Fraction that, int n)

// returns the medianfraction of this and that fraction

public boolean equals(Object that)

// overrides the equals method

public String toString() // returns the fraction as a string “num/den”

The mediant of two fractions a/b and c/d , given an integer n is the fraction(a+c)/(b+d)only if b+d ≤n

i understand that if the denominator is ≤ 2 i can find the median by just adding the number.

so i want to understand what an integer n does.does it divide the fractions?should it always be 2?