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    Voting situations

    The Mathematics Department is holding an election for department chair. Each member ranks the candidates from first to third. The preference table below shows the results of the ballots with candidates Clark (C), Jones (J), and Smith (S).

    Determine the winner using the pairwise comparison method and if the winner received a majority of first place votes.
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    Re: Voting situations

    Quote Originally Posted by yole View Post
    The Mathematics Department is holding an election for department chair. Each member ranks the candidates from first to third. The preference table below shows the results of the ballots with candidates Clark (C), Jones (J), and Smith (S).

    Determine the winner using the pairwise comparison method and if the winner received a majority of first place votes.
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