Problem_Set_5 - game. Suppose that row i and column j form...

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/OR4350 Introduction to Game Theory Spring 2010 Problem Set #5 Due : Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at noon in the dropbox (on 2 nd floor of Rhodes Hall) Reminder : Write your Section and NetID on the first page of your homework!!! Answers must always include complete explanations/justifications. 1. Prove the following claim: Let A and B be the payoff matrices of a bimatrix
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Unformatted text preview: game. Suppose that row i and column j form a Nash Equilibrium, and suppose that (A,B) result from deleting a strongly dominated strategy from (A,B). Show that there is a Nash Equilibrium in (A,B) corresponding to this NE in (A,B). 2. Binmore, Section 5.9, Number 8. 3. Binmore, Section 5.9, Number 10. 4. Binmore, Section 5.9, Number 15....
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