managerial economics
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Problem One5
Consider the following simultaneous moves game in normal form:
Player Two
t1 t2
Player One r1 2,4 0,2
r2 4,5 0,1
(a)State the set of Nash equilibrium strategies.
(b)State the payoffs to each player in the Nash equilibrium.
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