Condorcet's jury theorem (Q744925)

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theorem about the optimal size of a jury: if each juror has more than 50% odds of voting correctly, the bigger the jury the better; if each juror has less than 50% odds of voting correctly, the smaller the jury the better
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Condorcet's jury theorem
theorem about the optimal size of a jury: if each juror has more than 50% odds of voting correctly, the bigger the jury the better; if each juror has less than 50% odds of voting correctly, the smaller the jury the better

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