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# Solved: A law firm is run by four partners 1A, B, C, and D2. Each partner has one vote

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Excursions in Modern Mathematics | 8th Edition

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A law firm is run by four partners 1A, B, C, and D2. Each partner has one vote and decisions are made by majority rule, but in the case of a 2-2 tie, the coalition with D (the junior partner) loses. (For example, 5A, B6 wins, but 5A, D6 loses.) (a) List all the winning coalitions in this voting system and find the critical players in each. (b) Find the Banzhaf power distribution in this law firm.

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