# Question #929af

So, if we fix the numerator to be $5$, we have that every fraction with denominator $> 7$ will be smaller than $\frac{5}{7}$, and of course will still be positive. So, you have infinite fractions of the form
$\frac{5}{8} , \frac{5}{9} , \frac{5}{10} , \frac{5}{11} , \frac{5}{12} , \ldots$ which are between 0 and $\frac{5}{7}$
So, if we fix the denominator to be $7$, we have that every fraction with numerator $< 5$ will be smaller than $\frac{5}{7}$, and of course will still be positive. Examples are
$\frac{1}{7} , \frac{2}{7} , \frac{3.5}{7} , \frac{4}{7} , \ldots$