Voting is an essential part of democracy. Citizens vote to elect a member of parliament, to choose the winner of a competition, to decide which city will host a sporting competition or to select who, among candidates, will become the president of an association
But did you know that there are several methods of voting and that the choice of which method could influence the result?

In this learning situation the adult will compare voting results as a function of the proposed methods.


This learning situation could be used as a formative evaluation
or to consolidate principles that have been learned.


- Use strategies to resolve situational problems;
- Use mathematical reasoning;
- Communicate using mathematical language.