Permutations - Voting Power

A large company issues 100,000 shares. These are held by three stockholders who have 50,000, 49,999 and 1 share respectively.

I'm currently studying Year 11 permutations and combinations and I am wondering how do I apply this work to find out how much each voting power each of the members have.

My only understanding is each shareholder has 1/2, 49999/100000 and 1/100000 voting power. This answer seems a little too straight forward and I am just wondering if I am missing something or if this is the actual voting power of each member.