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Game Theory (econ 414) Problem Set 3: Continuous games and mixed strategies Relevant reading: Harrington chapters 6, 7 and lectures 10,11,13,14. Due date: Mar 29 th Instructions ( read these carefully before starting ): ° Write your name (last name, °rst name) and page number on the top right corner of each page. ° DO NOT use the question sheet to answer your questions. Use a di/erent side page for each question and if there is a simple answer to the question then write it clearly at the very start of every question (e.g. circle or highlight it). Make sure you then show all your work to get full credit. ° You can discuss the questions with your classmates but you must write and hand in your own answers. ° Types of questions and grading ° There are two sets of questions: graded and suggested. Try all exercises but turn in
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Unformatted text preview: only the ones for grading. & I will select one question at random and grade it out of 10 points. If you have made a good e/ort at answering the remaining (graded) questions you will receive an additional 10 points. Questions (graded) 1. Harrington, chapter 6, question 4 (page 176) 2. Harrington, chapter 6, question 5 (page 176) 3. Harrington, chapter 7, question 5 (page 213). 4. Harrington, chapter 7, question 6 (page 213) 5. Harrington, chapter 7, question 11 (page 214) 6. Harrington, chapter 7, question 12 (page 214) 1 Questions (suggested) 1. Harrington, chapter 6, question 8 (page 176) 2. Harrington CYU 7.2 (page 198) 3. Harrington, chapter 7, question 2 (page 212) 2...
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