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Unformatted text preview: lit their votes evenly among five other candidates, the number of votes your candidate gets would be higher by one. Let x be the number of votes controlled by you, so that others control (1,000,000 ­ x) votes. To elect one director: Solving, we find x = 166,667.8 votes, or 33,333.4 shares. Because there are no fractional shares, we need 33,334 shares. 2. A corporation could issue a bond whose interest payments are linked to economi...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2013 for the course MATH 289Q taught by Professor Jamesbridgeman during the Fall '04 term at UConn.

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