Math 108 Topics in Mathematics | Section 0202 | James Baglama | Chapter 9
Reading Assignment | Video | Lecture Notes |
9.2 Majority Rule and Condorcet's Method pages 328 - 332 |
Section 9.2 Video |
Section 9.2 Lecture notes |
9.3 Other Voting Systems
for Three or More Candidates pages 332 - 342 |
Section 9.3 Video |
Section 9.3 Lecture notes |
9.4 Insurmountable Difficulties:
Arrow's Impossibility Theorem pages 342 - 346 |
Section 9.4 Video |
Section 9.4 Lecture notes |
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