2. Chapter 1 The Mathematics of Voting. The Paradoxes of Democracy. 3. The Mathematics of Voting Outline/learning Objectives. Construct and interpret a preference schedule for an election involving preference ballots.Implement the plurality, Borda count, plurality-with-elimination, and pairwise com
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1. 1 Excursions in Modern Mathematics Sixth Edition Peter Tannenbaum
2. 2 Chapter 1 The Mathematics of Voting The Paradoxes of Democracy
3. 3 The Mathematics of Voting Outline/learning Objectives Construct and interpret a preference schedule for an election involving preference ballots.
Implement the plurality, Borda count, plurality-with-elimination, and pairwise comparisons vote counting methods.
Rank candidates using recursive and extended methods.
Identify fairness criteria as they pertain to voting methods.
Understand the significance of Arrows’ impossibility theorem.
4. 4 The Mathematics of Voting 1.1 Preference Ballots and Preference Schedules
5. 5 The Mathematics of Voting Preference ballots
A ballot in which the voters are asked to rank the candidates in order of preference.
A ballot in which ties are not allowed.
6. 6 The Mathematics of Voting