## Description

I need a high quality tutor who can write in proper, native, U.S. English (no broken English, please) and is very familiar with the Hare voting system, Condorcet Winner voting system, Pluarity voting system, and Pluarity with single runoff voting system to provide 100% correct solutions to Problem 10.

This tutor must be able to provide a 100% correct solution to the attached Problem 10 in proper, native U.S. English. I also need 1 or more links to a website that can verify that the tutor's solution is correct. I want to be able to verify for myself that the solution to Problem 10 is correct.

I have attached the question to Problem 10, you can also use the Internet to find out more info on the Hare voting system, Condorcet Winner voting system, Pluarity voting system, and Pluarity with single runoff voting system

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## Explanation & Answer

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PROBLEM 10:

From the problem, it is given that 4 voters have the order AXBC , 3 voters have CAXB , and 6

voters have BCAX . Hence, the orders that 13 voters have can be demonstrated in the

following table:

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In plurality method, each voter only votes for one candidate. The candidate with the most votes

will win. In this case, b wins with 6 votes.

In plurality method with a single runoff election, it may be necessary to restrict the election to

two candidates if one insists on getting a majority winner. The easiest way to do th...