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Practice Problem - 2 Is there a majority winner 3 Who is...

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MTH102 P RACTICE P ROBLEMS F EBRUARY 15, 2008 A community with seventy-one voters submits preference lists for five mayoral candidates, named A, B, C, D, and E. The results are Number of voters with each preference list 19 16 13 9 8 6 First place D C B E A A Second place B E A A E E Third place E B C B B C Fourth place A A E D C B Fifth place C D D C D D 1. How many first place votes are needed for a majority?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Is there a majority winner: 3. Who is the plurality winner? 4. Who is the top-two runoff winner? 5. Who is the sequential elimination winner? 6. Who is the Borda winner? 7. Who is the all-pairs winner? 8. Is there a Condorcet winner?...
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  • Spring '08
  • Lubell
  • Math, Voting system, Plurality voting system, sequential elimination winner, top-two runoff winner, majority winner, voters submits preference

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