In this part, you consider the fairness of different allocations: Which allocation is the most fair? Which allocation is the least fair?
These questions ask for more than a distinction between fair and unfair -- they suggest that there are degrees of unfairness. Come up with your own method for measuring degrees of fairness. Part of the point of this lesson is to realize that statistical measures are invented by people.
If you are working in a group, discuss several methods for measuring fairness.
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