Sharon buys a ticket in a small lottery. There is a probability of 0.7 that she will win nothing, of 0.2 that she will win $10, and of 0.1 that she will win $50. What is the expected value of Sharon’s winnings?
For each of the following situations, calculate the expected value. a. Tanisha owns one share of IBM stock, which is currently trading at $80. There is a 50% chance that the share price will rise to $100 and a 50% chance that it will fall to $70. What is the expected value of the future share...
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Do ANY 10 of the 14 questions below1. Following up on the question raised in class, in the case of a Cournot duopoly with a linear demand function p = a bq and two firms with equal constant marginal costs of production of c and no fixed costs, is overall social surplus (i.e. the sum of consumer...
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