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Unformatted text preview: rounded quota =Websters apportionment of seats A 1,646,000 B 6,936,000 C 154,000 D 2,091,000 E 685,000 Total Table 1 State Populatio n Standard quota Hamilton apportionmen t Jefferson apportionmen t Adams apportionmen t Webster apportionmen t A 1,646,000 B 6,936,000 C 154,000 D 2,091,000 E 685,000 F 988,000 Total Looking at the table, find all lower and upper quota violations. How many lower and upper quota violations are there? You can check your answers with the table on the next page. State Population Standard quota Hamilton apportionmen t Jefferson apportionmen t Adams apportionmen t Webster apportionmen t A 1,646,000 32.92 33 33 33 33 B 6,936,000 138.72 139 140 137 138 C 154,000 3.08 3 3 4 3 D 2,091,000 41.82 42 42 42 42 E 685,000 13.70 13 13 14 14 F 988,000 19.76 20 19 20 20 Total 12,500,00 250. 250 250 250 250...
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