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Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305965584

Chapter 4.2, Problem 4EE

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Suppose the Borda method used in Exercise I of this Excursion assigned 20 points for first, 5 points for second, and 0 points for third place. Does this alter the preferences you found in Exercise 1?

To determine

To determine whether the changed points assignment alter the preferences ranking from part one.

**Given information:**

New points assignment:

20 points for the first

5 points for the second

0 points for the third

According to chart,

For plain iced tea,

25 first place votes

0 second place votes

35 third place votes

For lemon iced tea,

15 first place votes

45 second place votes

0 third place votes

For raspberry iced tea,

20 first place votes

15 second place votes

25 third place votes

According to the points assignment total points for each iced tea,

For plain iced tea,

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