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Let $r, s \in \Q$ be rational numbers.

Let $r$ and $s$ be expressed as:

$r = \dfrac a b, s = \dfrac c d$

where $a, b, c, d$ are integers such that $b > 0, d > 0$.

Then the mediant of $r$ and $s$ is $\dfrac {a + c} {b + d}$.


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