a

315f5bdb

b

76d078c4

unused

3b8ac0064e4a0164612b1fce77c869345bfc94c75894edd3

**29 Apr 2021**

Convert

`a`

and `b`

into integers and form them into a proper fraction
(a fraction whose numerator is less than the denominator). We then show the process of turning this fraction into a sum of unit fractions. This is commonly
referred to as an Egyptian fraction.

In particular, our algorithm for doing so is a
greedy one.
The numbers grow fast very quickly.