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Three partners are dividing a plot of land among themselves using the lonedivider method. After the divider D divides the land into three shares s1, s2 and s3, the choosers C1 and C2 submit their bids for these shares.
Suppose that the chooser’s bids are C1 = {s3}: C2 = {s1, s2}. Describe two different fair divisions of the land.
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