VOTING WITH MULTIPLE CHOICES
Given a choice between two options, we can vote and see which is favored by a majority. What do we do if there are three or more options? Is there more than one answer? If so, does it matter which solution we use?
Dr. David Clark, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Mathematics, will give an informative talk on voting with multiple choices as we all prepare to select our leaders on November 6.
Wednesday, October 31 at 4pm in LC 108. Refreshments at 3:30pm.