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Unformatted text preview: prize (chose (2)), while in the second case most people preferred the sure prize (chose (3)). Such a preference does not conict with expected utility theory if we interpret a prize to reect a monetary change. However, if we assume that the decision maker takes the nal wealth levels to be his prizes, we have a problem: in terms of nal wealth levels, both choices can be presented as being between a sure prize of $1500 and a lottery that yields $2000 or $1000 with probability 1 / 2 each....
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