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Yes, this works, with one;

1 plus 1 over 1 = 2

No, it does not work with numbers over 2.

2 plus 1 over 2 = 1.5

3 plus 1 over 3 = 1.33333333...

4 plus 1 over 4 = 1.25

5 plus 1 over 5 = 1.2

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