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# MIDTERM (1) - Standing Ovation MATH S=Q e S>threshold you...

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Standing Ovation: MATH: S=Q+e S>threshold you will stand THINGS TO KNOW: Diversity increases Variance increases likelihood Insecurity increases

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Practice Questions PS 391 List the six reasons for modeling and then choose the three of those six that would best  apply to our spatial voting model Explain: why candidates position themselves where they do on a spectrum Inductively explore Humility: shows how little we know about how to determine where to move in order to  beat our opponents. Predict Patterns Predict Points Real Time Decision aids: had to do with spatial voting bc shows why someone votes for  one candidate over another How does the variance in preferences matter for the likelihood of a standing ovation? (30  words)  Variance makes it so that some people are more likely to like the show and stand and the  more people that stand the more others will follow. Especially if the variance is within  one social group who all follow each other.
Which of the two equations below would be a better model of the benefits of getting a  orange jean jacket as a function of the number of other people who own the jacket, and  which would be a better model of the benefits of owning a cell phone as a function of the  number of people who own a cell phone.

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