Ken and Gerard are roommates in a cluttered in room. If they both help to clean up each gets a utility of eight. If one cleans and the other does not, the one who does nothing gets a utility of ten while the one who does all the cleaning gets a utility of two. If neither cleans, they each get three units of utility.
a. Fill in the payoff matrix
b. Does Ken have a dominant strategy? Explain why (not).
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