Simple math can help scheming politicians manipulate district maps and cruise to victory. But it can also help identify and fix the problem.
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This is an interesting read. It is a good crossover between math and civics class. This helps to explain how gerrymandering works, how it has evolved, and how it can utilize math to help sway the vote in the favor of certain candidates.