Review Sheet for MATH 105 at KU
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Math 105 Test 4 Review You will want to bring something to write with a pencil would be a good plan and a calculator No notesbooksfriends will be allowed on the test Chapter 3 Fair Division vocabulary fairdivision game discrete fair share continuous fair division fair division methods dividerchooser method 2 people lonedivider method lonechooser method lastdiminisher method method of sealed bids discrete method of markers discrete be able to talk about values of pieces of cakes or other similar objects or to cut a cake fairly based on someone s value system be able to use each of the fair division methods be able to answer questions about a situation where a fair division method was used Chapter 4 The Mathematics of Apportionment vocabulary apportionment problem standard quota upper quota apportionment method lower quota modified divisor standard divisor be able to find the standard divisor standard quota and upper and lower quotas for a given situation apportionment methods Hamilton s method Jefferson s method Adam s method Webster s method be able to use any of the apportionment methods to divide up seats in a congress or any similar situation The Quota Rule every state should be given either their upper or lower quota as their share of the seats be able to identify quota rule Violations and know which methods always satisfy the quota rule apportionment paradoxes Alabama paradox population paradox newstates paradox be able to recognize each of the paradoxes and be able to explain what happened that could be considered unfair you should know the names of all of the paradoxes Balinski arid Young s Impossibility Theorem any apportionment method will either Violate the quota rule or allow paradoxes to occur there isn t a perfec apportionment method
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