A fractional number can be represented as mixed number.
A "mixed number" consists of an integer followed by a proper fraction and "proper fraction" is a fraction with the numerator smaller than the denominator.
e.g. if given fraction is, 1.33 then, it can be represented as 1 (1/3), meaning, (1*3+1)/3 = 4/3 = 1.33
The task is to convert the given fractional number into a mixed number and return the 3 digits as an array of length 3. For making it easy and to output unique solution, the integer should always be 1 and the remaining fraction need not be a "proper fraction". (so for input 1.33, output will be [1 1 3], for input 1.66, output will be [1 2 3] )
You said: "a fraction with the numerator smaller than the denominator", so test cases 3 to 6 are not consistent to this sentence. :-/
The Test Suite and problem statement are now consistent with each other, but I don't think anybody learned at school to write 1 9/7, rather than 2 2/7.
Other issues with the Test Suite (or problem statement): FIRSTLY, 1 2/3 is equal to 1 4/6, or 1 6/9, et cetera, but only the first option is accepted in the Test Suite. SECONDLY, the rounding used in the inputs means that more correct answers would be e.g. 1.33 = 1 33/100. LASTLY, there is no possible way to know that 2.00 should be represented as 1 5/5, rather than 1 4/4, or 1 3/3 et cetera.
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