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In his will, Mr. Adams left 25% of his estate to his wife and unevenly divided the balance between his son and his daughter. If the son received $36,000 as his share, what was the total value of the estate?

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did he divide EVENLY or UNEVENLY ??????
idk, it doesn say?
u hv typed "and unevenly divided the balance" I feel it shud be evenly.......

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total value=x g=the daughters amt x=f[.25(x)]+g[36,000-f(x)] right?
this one is really hard
it seriously sez unevenly
i think it is a typographical error.... unless we know in what ratio or percentage the uneven division was, how can we solve this....
well one of the choices for answers is "not enough information is not given." would that be my answer?
yes that wud be the right choice.... u had given incomplete question and that is why the confusion.....

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