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If 5/9 of a piece of land that belongs to a brother is valued at 50 thousand dollars, how much is the part that belongs to the other brother valued at?

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1. Definir \(V\) como el valor total del terreno.

\frac{5}{9} V = 50\,000

2. Despejar \(V\):

V = \frac{50\,000 \times 9}{5} = 90\,000

3. Calcular el valor de la parte del otro hermano (que es \(\frac{4}{9}\) del terreno):

\text{Valor del terreno del otro hermano} = \frac{4}{9} \times 90\,000 = 40\,000

4. La respuesta es:

\text{Valor del terreno del otro hermano} = 40\,000 \, \text{dólares}

2. Despejar \(V\):

3. Calcular el valor de la parte del otro hermano (que es \(\frac{4}{9}\) del terreno):

4. La respuesta es:

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