voting

Use the following data to answer questions 1 through 8.
In voting for four candidates, the outcomes are reported as:
(ADBC) (DACB) (BADC) (BDCA) (DCAB)
8 5 3 1 2
What is the total number of votes?

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  2. 👎 0
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