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Unformatted text preview: [0,2] [10,12] = 33.33% K- will pick veggies b/c she is vegetarian. [2,4] [4,6] = 66.66% L- likes meat better than veggie. [6,8] [8,10] = 44.44% 56. a. alan- $29,333.33 bly- $28,333.33 Claire- $35,666.66 b. item 1- Claire iten2- Claire item 3- Bly item 4- Claire item5- Bly c. surplus= $21,666.66 d. Alan- +$36,555.55 Bly- items 3 &5 and -$6,444.44 Claire- items 1, 2, &4 and -$30,111.11 70. a. a- before last reeses and after 1 st baby ruth. Plus one crunch b- all snickers and 1 crunch c- before last snicker and after 1 st reeses. Plus one baby ruth d- before second reeses and after 1 st baby ruth b. a- 1 reeses, 1baby ruth, 1 nestle b- 1snickers, 1 reeses, 1 baby ruth c- 1snickers, 1nestle d- 1 reeses, 1 baby ruth c. a- either nestle or baby ruth b- Baby ruth c- snickers d- baby ruth There should be no arguments if the pickier ones go first. (B wont pick snickers and A wont pick Nestle before C goes.)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course COMMUNICAT 313 taught by Professor Herk during the Spring '12 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '12