Usage:

```
js> load('fraction-0.2.js'); // creates the global Fraction object
js> (new Fraction(7,3)).multiply(new Fraction(1,2))
1 1/6
js> (new Fraction(7,3)).divide(new Fraction(1,2))
4 2/3
js> (new Fraction(3,10)).add(new Fraction(5,9))
77/90
js> (new Fraction(0.25)).add(new Fraction(1,6))
5/12
js> (new Fraction(0.35)).subtract(new Fraction(1,4))
1/10
```

Development: github (This is the best way to get fraction.js)
### Notes

### Release History

**0.3** *2010-02-18* - Rounding issue resolution and speed tweak.
**0.2** *2009-11-19* - Major cleanup, resolution of namespace issues.
**0.1** *2009-10-30* - Basic functionality. Issues with namespacing (use of array mixins, other problems).

Open source: MIT license

Author: Erik Garrison; contact: erik at hypervolu dot me

- Each Fraction object contains two members: denominator and numerator.
- Fractions are stored following all operations in normalized (numerator and denominator are divided by their greatest common factor).
- Fractions methods can take any type of number or other fractions objects.
- Fractions can be created from any kind of number (e.g. f = new Fraction(0.25) yields '1/4'), although rounding problems in Javascript may produce unintended results if fractions are initialized with the decimal equivalents of numbers such as 1/3, 1/9, etc.