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## MGF 1107

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# MGF 1107

Alexandrea Hess
FIU
GPA 4.0

Carlos Gil

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Class Lecture notes from August 28th, 2014. Will be uploading notes from every lecture and will provide study guide at end of semester.
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Carlos Gil
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Date Created: 08/28/14
Voting Systems Chapter 9 Question on Exam In every system 1 Finite number of voters players members participants 2 Finite number of candidates alternatives 3 Every voter votes No abstaining and submits exactly one vote 4 Working under the assumption that prior to the election voters make an agreement on some valid random method for breaking the tie Four Major Two Aternative Voting Systems 1 Majority Rule Candidate with the most favorable votes is declared winner 2 Minority Rule Candidate with fewest favorable votes is declared winner 3 Imposed Rule One candidate is predetermined to be the winner 4 Dictatorship One voter declares herselfhimself the winner ANSWER 9125 ANSWER 302216 OR 302116 A Ifxis even ANSWER x22 B Ifx is odd ANSWER x12 ANSWER 15127 ANSWER 502224 ANSWER x 22 B ANSWER x 12 Desirable properties of two aternative voting systems Pg 287 1 All voters are treated equally 2 All candidates are treated equally 3 Monotonicity Kenneth May proved that Majority Rule is the only one to satisfy all of the conditions Called quotMay39s Theoremquot Page 287

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