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Why Lawyers Exist....But Can They Do The Math?

A dying man wills that if a son is born to him he shall receive two-thirds of his estate, and his widow one-third; and if a daughter, that she shall receive one-third and the widow two-thirds. Twins are born; a boy and a girl. How should the property be divided?


Source: Roman Problem, 300