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You figure that you will buy property many times and you endeavor to work out a formula that will tell you the price of the land and the price of the buildings any time. So suppose the price for the land and buildings combined is S (for "sum") and the land costs D (for "difference") more than the buildings. Then the price of the buildings is ???? and the price of the land is ????

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    One might call the price of the buildings for B. Then the price of the land L is L=B+D, and S=B+(B+D). Given this information, are you able to find the price of the buildings and the price of the land? If not, I'll try to help you more :)

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