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Mathematical Excursions (MindTap Course List)Management Scientific Research Corporation has offices in Boston and Chicago. The number of employees at each office is shown in the following table. There are 22 vice presidents to be apportioned between the offices. a. Use the Hamilton method to find each officeâ€™s apportionment of vice presidents. b. The corporation opens an additional office in San Francisco with 135 employees and decides to have a total of 24 vice presidents. If the vice presidents are reapportioned using the Hamilton method, will the new states paradox occur? Explain.BuyFind*launch*

4th Edition

Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305965584

Chapter 4.1, Problem 19ES

Textbook Problem

Management Scientific Research Corporation has offices in Boston and Chicago. The number of employees at each office is shown in the following table. There are 22 vice presidents to be apportioned between the offices.

a. Use the Hamilton method to find each officeâ€™s apportionment of vice presidents.

b. The corporation opens an additional office in San Francisco with 135 employees and decides to have a total of 24 vice presidents. If the vice presidents are reapportioned using the Hamilton method, will the new states paradox occur? Explain.

Mathematical Excursions (MindTap Course List)

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Explain how the pairwise comparison voting...Ch. 4.2 - What does the Condorcet criterion say?Ch. 4.2 - Is there a best voting method? 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Does the winner in Exercise 12 satisfy the...Ch. 4.2 - Does the winner in Exercise 2k satisfy the...Ch. 4.2 - Does the winner in Exercise 24c satisfy the...Ch. 4.2 - Does the winner in Exercise 17 satisfy the...Ch. 4.2 - Does the winner in Exercise 20 satisfy the...Ch. 4.2 - Election Three candidates are running for mayor. A...Ch. 4.2 - Film Competition Three films have been selected as...Ch. 4.2 - 39. Election A campus club needs to elect four...Ch. 4.2 - Scholarship Awards The members of a scholarship...Ch. 4.2 - Another method of voting is to assign a weight. or...Ch. 4.2 - Approval voting is a system in which voters may...Ch. 4.2 - Restaurants Suppose you and three friends. 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