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Problem 4 [10 points). The preferences for Penny and Leonard over alternatives {in b, c} are fully described by the following tables. You should read...

The preferences for Penny and Leonard over alternatives {a, b, c}

are fully described by the following tables. You should read the table as follows:1.png

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Problem 4 [10 points). The preferences for Penny and Leonard over alternatives {in b, c}
are fully described by the following tables. You should read the table as follows: the hp symbol in the third row, first colunm of the first table means that Penny weakly prefers
alternative r: to alternative is; i.e., c i p a, and so on. a b r: a b r:
a :P :13 ‘1 fir hr
1? 5? tr
8 :P :13 it? C tr iir
Penny Leonard Sheldon intents to combine these individual preference relations into a collective
preference relation based on the following rule. For any x, y E {t}, b, c}, say that Penny
and Leonard collectively weakly prefer x to y, and thus write x i y, if at least one of
them individually weakly prefers x to y and the other does not strictly prefer y to x. Create a table for the combined preference rule t.

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