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so if there are 30 voters then the maximum votes would be that amount
Not with the borda count chart. Do u know what a borda count chart is? or a preference schedule? Its discrete mathematics
oh okay I just read into it
so it is a ranking system based on the distribution of votes based on what I read, there are different ways to have the maximum points n, n-1 or percentage based on ranking.
apparently this is not a one-system of counting this is an example of the simple borda count and it could get more complex based on different distributions http://www.ctl.ua.edu/math103/Voting/borda.htm
out of 5 total the 1st place candidates get *5 on the first place votes. so if 1st place had 7 votes youd multiply it by 5
yes that is right
so since there is only one group of 30 voters, you only multiply the winner (1st place) by the number of candidates and the number of voters.
I get that but i just dont get the question being asked idk how to do it
30 voters are not stratified or grouped so we treat them as one group 5 candidates x 30 voters = maximum points that can be gained
we can probably investigate a lower number of voters and candidates to show you the concept
where did you go?