A Strictly Come Dancing question
SIR – A really interesting exam question surrounding the recent Strictly Come Dancing TV programme. The problem: 1. There are three competitors. 2. Each one has the same number of phone lines for voting. 3. All lines are open to receive votes for the same
SIR - A really interesting exam question surrounding the recent Strictly Come Dancing TV programme.
1. There are three competitors.
2. Each one has the same number of phone lines for voting.
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3. All lines are open to receive votes for the same period of time.
4. Each vote takes the same time to be registered.
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5. All lines for all competitors are fully used during the voting period.
Please demonstrate with calculations how one competitor can receive significantly more votes than another.