Calculate plurality voting and borda count, Mathematics

Consider the following set of preference lists:

                                                     Number of Voters (7)
                Rank            1          1          1         1          1          1          1

                First             C         D         C         B         E          D         C
               Second          A         A         E          D         D         E          A
              Third             E          E         D         A         A         A         E
              Fourth           B         C         A         E          C         B         B
              Fifth              D         B         B         C         B         C         D

Calculate the winning using:
a) Plurality voting
b) The Borda count
c) The Hare Method
d) The Condorcet Method
e) Sequential pairwise using the agenda A, B, C, D, E
f) Find another agenda for pairwise voting that will produce a different winner than in e)

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