Math 17 Arrow's Impossibility Theorem
So what is the problem? Why are there so many methods? Is one method better than another? In the late 1940s, Kenneth Arrow discovered this idea: In an election involving three or more candidates, there is no con
Math 15 Course Information Fall 2007
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Karla Karstens Henry Marcus Lord House Room 302 656-8543 Home Phone: 878-7322
karstens@cems.uvm.edu MWF 11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m. (Other times by appointment
Math 17 Finite Mathematics Syllabus Spring 2008
Name: Karla Karstens Office: Henry Marcus Lord House Room 302 Phone: 878-7322 (Home) 656-8543 (Office) 338-2590 (Cell)
e-mail: karstens@cems.uvm.edu website: www.cem.uvm.edu/~karstens/math17/
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Math 16 Course Information Spring 2008
Instructor: Office: Office Phone: e-mail:
Karla Karstens Lord House Room 302 656-8543 karstens@cems.uvm.edu
Office Hours: MWF 11:15 12:15 (Other times by appointment) Recommended Texts (Not Required): Elemen