## Five Methods of Apportionment

The applet below serves as a calculator for the five methods of apportionment, discussed elsewhere: Hamilton's, Jefferson's, Adams', Webster's, and Huntington-Hill's. Compared with the earlier version, the applet has a virture of combining the five mettods under a single umbrella for ease of comparison. The instructions for using the applet are available on a separate page and can also be read under the first tab directly in the applet.

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(This applet was created to accompany *Excursions in Modern Mathematics*, Seventh Edition, by Peter Tannenbaum © Pearson Education. Reproduced with permission.)

### Reference

*For All Practical Purposes*by COMAP, 5^{th}edition, W. H. Freeman & Company, 2008 (8th edition)- G. Szpiro,
*Numbers Rule: The Vexing Mathematics of Democracy, from Plato to the Present*, Princeton University Press, 2010. - P. Tannebaum & R. Arnold,
*Excursions In Modern Mathematics*, 7th edition, Prentice Hall, 2009

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