**Math in Society**

by David Lippman

**Publisher**: Lulu.com 2013**Number of pages**: 432

**Description**:

A survey of math for liberal arts majors. Introduces contemporary mathematics topics: voting theory, weighted voting, fair division, graph theory, scheduling, growth models, finance math, statistics, and historical counting systems.

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