look at an example.
- Replace the
word Sausage with the letter S, Pepperoni with the letter P, etc.
- If several
people have exactly the same list of preferences, we will list them
together. Suppose 5 people all vote S, P, M, A. We will use a table
of votes and write:
The first choice always goes at the top, then the second choice, and
so on. The number 5 indicates that 5 people had this exact ballot.
- In our examples
we don't want 24 or 120 columns, so we will suppose that all of the
club members happened to choose one of 3 or 4 different rankings.
Our voting methods will work the same way no matter how many possible