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Suppose there is a game with two players, Player 1 and Player 2....

Suppose there is a game with two players, Player 1 and Player 2. Each player has two strategies, Player 1 can either "Up" or "Down," while Player 2 can play "Left" or "Right." The players (π) for each player under the four possible outcomes of the game are as follows:

P1 plays Up (π=4) & P2 plays Left (π=20)

P1 plays Up (π=1) & P2 plays Right (π=16)

P1 plays Down (π=8) & P2 plays Left (π=10)

P1 P1 plays Down (π=2) & P2 plays Right (π=12)

What is the Nash equilibrium of the game if the players move simultaneously?

A. DOWN, RIGHT

B. UP, RIGHT

C. ZOMBIETACULAR

D. RIGHT, DOWN






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