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Unformatted text preview: are p = 0, and 1. e) Starting at p(0) = 0.5, dp/dt < 0, and remains so for all p < 0.5. Therefore, p(t) will converge to 0; the (Y,Y) equilibrium. Indeed, the dynamics will converge to (Y,Y) for all p(0) < , and converge to (X,X) for all p(0) > . The basin of attraction for the bad (Y,Y) equilibrium is three times larger than the basin of attraction for the good (X,X) equilibrium. Note that the mixed-strategy NE at is unstable since any perturbation will cause the population p(t) to diverge away from . p(t) dp dt...
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