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Apportionment: Webster's Metho...

Apportionment methods (Discrete Math) 
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An interactive demonstration of Webster's Method of Apportionment, a method of deciding the number of representatives a state should have, based on its population. Number of states and the number of s...
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Fair Division: Method of Lone ...

Fair division (Discrete Math) 
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An interactive tool for the study and implementation of the Lone Divider method, in which one player divides the goods into pieces and each player states which piece they would accept as a fair share....
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Fair Division: Method of Marke...

Fair division (Discrete Math) 
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An interactive illustration of the Method of Markers, a method for fairly dividing a linear object such as a gold chain or a string of identical diamonds. User definable number of players, and, for ea...
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Fair Division: Method of Seale...

Fair division (Discrete Math) 
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An interactive illustration of the method of sealed bids for fairly dividing a number of distinct items among a number of players. The number of players is user definable as is the number of the aucti...
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Power indices

Social Choice and Voting Theory (Discrete Math) 
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Fast computation of the Banzhaf and ShapleyShubik Power Indices, ranking the power of members of a voting body. The tool provides several sample distributions: European Union, US Electoral College fo...
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Social Choice

Voting methods (Discrete Math) 
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The applet presents four methods of ranking candidates based on voters' preferences: Plurality, Borda, Plurality with Elimination, and Pairwise Comparison of alternatives. The numbers of candidates an...
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Graph of the US Income Distrib...

Financial math (Discrete Math) 
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Interact with a graph displaying family income across the population using a football field as the context. The height of the curve at any point is the height of a stack of $100 bills equaling that in...
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