Asked by ayushikas | 25th Jan, 2010, 05:41: PM
Let us proceed with a assumption that least possible votes are 2.
So our candidate will get 1, as he can't get both, since it'll be then 100%.
So this doesn't work out.
Let's try 3, and candidate gets 2 vote, then 2/3 = 0.666 i.e. 66.66 %
Try 4, then 3/4 = 0.75 i.e. 75%
We find the total votes must be at least 17, since 16/17 = 0.9411 i.e. 94.11%
Answered by | 25th Jan, 2010, 06:20: PM
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