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It is not (3, 4)agreeable, however, because among voters 1, 2, 4, 7 no three of them share a common platform. The same society, after restricting the spectrum to a set of candidates, is the linear society shown in Figure 3. It is not (2, 3)-agreeable, because among voters 2, 4, 7 there is no pair that can agree on a candidate (in fact, voter 7 does not approve any candidate). However, one may verify that this linear society is (2, 4)-agreeable. For a society S, the agreement number of a platform, a( p), is the number of voters in S who approve of platform p.
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