Thinking Mathematically (6th Edition)

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Chapter 13 - Voting and Apportionment - Chapter Summary, Review, and Test - Review Exercises - Page 887: 1

Answer

We can use the 12 ballots to construct a preference table.
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Work Step by Step

We can use the 12 ballots to construct a preference table. We can count the number of votes for each choice. ABCD: There are 4 votes. BDCA: There are 3 votes. CBDA: There are 3 votes. CBAD: There are 2 votes. We can use this information to construct a preference table.
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