Balinski and Youngís Impossibility Theorem
Methods that favor large states
Methods that favor small states
Methods that can violate Alabama Paradox
Methods that can violate New-states Paradox
Methods that can violate Population Paradox
Methods that can violate the lower quota rule
Methods that can violate the upper quota rule
When the standard divisor is increased the standard quotas decrease.
When the standard divisor is decreased the standard quotas increase.
The sum of the standard quotas is equal to the quantity that is being apportioned.
Based on the 2000 U.S. Census, there are 646,952 people per representative.
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