Posted by **Mike** on Sunday, June 10, 2012 at 8:47pm.

Consider the following apportionment problem for College Town. Suppose each council member is to represent approximately 2,500 citizens. Use the apportionment plan requested in the problem, assuming there must be 10 representatives.

North: 5,500

South: 9,000

East: 6,400

West: 4,100

(a) Adams' plan.

North:

South:

East:

West:

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