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Mathematical Excursions (MindTap Course List)Demographics The table below shows the populations of five European countries. A committee of 20 people from these countries is to be formed using the Webster method of apportionment. a. Explain why 13.500,000 cannot be used as a modified standard divisor. b. Explain why 13.750.000 can be used as a modified standard divisor. c. Use the Webster apportionment method to determine the apportionment of the 20 committee members.BuyFind*launch*

4th Edition

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Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305965584

Chapter 4.1, Problem 28ES

Textbook Problem

Demographics The table below shows the populations of five European countries. A committee of 20 people from these countries is to be formed using the Webster method of apportionment.

a. Explain why 13.500,000 *cannot* be used as a modified standard divisor.

b. Explain why 13.750.000 *can* be used as a modified standard divisor.

c. Use the Webster apportionment method to determine the apportionment of the 20 committee members.

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