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Unformatted text preview: tile would win. Raymond, Angelo and Paul are currently in tiles 23, 19 and 22 respectively. Tiles: 19: Dance 20: Proceed to tile 31 21: Move up 5 spaces 22: Win $50 (game money) 23: Lose $50 (game money) 24: Move Back 2 spaces 25: Move up 4 spaces 26: Skip your next turn 27: Move Back to tile 17 28: Go back 2 spaces 29: Dance 30: Move up 4 spaces 31: Pray (the tiles dance and pray do not affect the position of the tokens) a) Construct the payoff matrix for this problem. b) Ignoring the probabilities of the dice, who would you rather be based on the: a. Maximax b. Minimin IE 150 Problem Set 18 Payoff Matrices c. MiniMax Regret c) If the dice was fair, who is most likely to win?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course IE 151 taught by Professor J3patino during the Spring '11 term at University of the Philippines Diliman.
- Spring '11