An excellent source can be found on the website of the Mathematical Association of America. It discusses the U.S. Constitution and its apportionment paradoxes.
This site reviews a book on Elections and Voting.
This site reviews apportionment paradoxes.… See the whole entry
This site gives apportionment data using the 2000 census.
You can find the reference to Article 1, Section 2 of the United States Constitution (among many other interesting things) at this site:
Data from the first federal congress … See the whole entry
This site on voting discusses some of the voting dilemmas encountered in this section:
This site by the American Mathematical Society gives an excellent overview of voting and elections.
This site gives some references to Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem:… See the whole entry
This site by the American Mathematical Association gives an excellent overview of voting and elections.
This interesting cite is attempting to build a case in favor of a wider use of approval voting.
http://bcn.boulder.co.us/government/approvalvote/goodsoc.html… See the whole entry
Here is an overview of linear programming:
http://www.zweigmedia.com/RealWorld/LPGrapher/lpg.html… See the whole entry
This is an interactive site discussing matrix operations:
This is an interactive site finding inverse matrices: