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answered 2012-01-18 15:35:01 -0500

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I think I see the problem. You're using numerator for two things: the method numerator, and the num value.

IOW when __init__ gets executed, you're replacing the method .numerator() with the polynomial in the line "self.numerator = num". Change the name of the stored value and you should be fine.

I think I see the problem. You're using numerator for two things: the method numerator, and the instance variable holding the num value.

IOW when __init__ gets executed, you're replacing the method .numerator() with the polynomial in the line "self.numerator = num". Change the name of the stored value and you should be fine.