Let Pji(x) be the interpolating polynomial for the data (0, 0), (0.5, y), (1, 3), and (2, 2). Find y if the coefficient ofx 3 in /^(x) is 6.
Koshar Amy Brogan February 22, 24, & 26, 2016 Week 7 Fair Division Dividing Up “Stuff” Equally Equitable: both players believe that s/he received the same factorial part of the total value Envy-free: neither player would be happier with what the other received Pareto-optimal: no other allocation, arrived at by any means, can make one party better off without making the other person worse off o Important to property economists Adjusted Winner Procedure Points system where both parties go into separate rooms and give points to items they want more than others. Then the third-person party uses this system to decide who gets what. Example 1: Heather vs. Sandy: Business Split Heather Sandy Property 40 25 Equipment 10 5 Artwork 25 50 Website 25 20 1. Look at each item and see who has the most points for it. Heather Sandy Property 40 * 25 Equipment 10 * 5 Artwork 25 50 * Website 25 *