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I am studying to take a real estate exam. I am having problems determining the correct formula on the percentage problems. I need help solving the answer and understanding the correct formula. Help is much appreciated. The math problem is:

**The subject is a mixed use undeveloped property with 3 acres zoned commercial,**

5 acres zoned multi-unit, and 2 acres zoned single-unit. A similar 10-acre property

recently sold for $1.80 per sf with 4 acres zoned commercial, 4 acres zoned multiunit,

and 2 acres zoned single-unit residential.

Based on this one sale property, what is the per square foot value of the subject

property if multi-unit land typically sells for 40% of commercial land prices, and

single-unit residential land sells for 20% of commercial land prices?5 acres zoned multi-unit, and 2 acres zoned single-unit. A similar 10-acre property

recently sold for $1.80 per sf with 4 acres zoned commercial, 4 acres zoned multiunit,

and 2 acres zoned single-unit residential.

Based on this one sale property, what is the per square foot value of the subject

property if multi-unit land typically sells for 40% of commercial land prices, and

single-unit residential land sells for 20% of commercial land prices?

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