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Unformatted text preview: weights to voters to determine a quantitative measure of their power. The names of individual voters are not important so instead we use square brackets and subscripts to symbolize each voter and their weight. A simple majority is when one more than half of the votes will determine the outcome. A supermajority is when two thirds of the votes are required to determine the outcome. In order to determine the outcome of a vote, we need to determine the quota. By adding the quota to the list of weights, we can numerically see all the necessary information....
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