Express the fraction(s) 6/7 and 12/10 as the sum of two or three equal fractional parts. Rewrite each as a multiplication equation. Any help is appreciated.

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1. (60/70) + (84/70) = 144/70 = 2 4/70 = 2 2
/35

(6/7) * (12/10) = 72/70 = 1 2/70 = 1 1/35

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2. 6 plus 6

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