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How can computers predict the outcome of an election soon after the polls close but before all the votes have been counted?

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    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. They count certain states that seem to sway the election.

    Sra

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    The computer takes a small statistical sample and projects the total vote from there.

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    1. What is your mass in kilograms? In grams?

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