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MGF 1107 FINAL EXAM OBJECTIVES Un-weighted Voting: 1) Determine the winner of an election using Plurality, Plurality with Runoff, The Hare System, The Borda Count, and Sequential Pair-wise Voting. 2) Known and understand the Five Desirable Voting Properties. Those are the Pareto Condition, The Condorcet Winner Criterion, The Majority Criterion, Monotonicity, and Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives. 3) Know which voting systems of objective one satisfy or fail a desired property (for example, Sequential Pair-wise Voting fails the Pareto Condition and The Hare System fails Monotonicity, etc.) 4) Be able to state Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem and comprehend what the theorem states. 5) Know what a Condorect Winner of an election is and that one may not exist. ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Weighted Voting 1) Decide if a given voting system is valid based on whether of not the quota is too large or too small. 2) Find all the coalitions of a weighted voting system along with their weights. Then determine all the winning and blocking coalitions.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course MGF 1107 taught by Professor Storfer during the Spring '08 term at FIU.

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