# math, economics, game theory

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**maths, economics, game theory**

1. What is a degenerate game? 2. Is the following game degenerate or not, justify. 3. Find all nash equilibria in the game in pure or mixed strategies a b c d T 4,5 1,4 2,0 1,2 B 6,0 0,1 1,3 0,2

**economics (game theory)**

Consider the normal tick tack toe game, but this time you have to AVOID getting 3 in a row in any line. Is there any strategy you can tell me that will make sure the first mover doesnt lose. Thanks

**economics**

has any one solved the Tampa Tribune Vs. St Petersburg Times game theory problem?

**economics (game theory)**

For anyone with experience working with game theories... 1.) Two animals are fighting over some prey. Each can be passive or aggressive. Each prefers to be aggressive if its opponent is passive, and passive if its opponent is aggressive; given its own stance, it prefers the ...

**Economics**

The role of an assumption in an economic theory is to: a. add realism b. prove the theory c. cover special cases d. simplify the theory

**Managerial Economics**

I'm not sure I see the light here....Can the economyst help me super size this?!?!?! Thanks! 2) When McDonald’s Corporation reduced its price of the Big Mac by 75% if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, the Wall Street Journal reported that the company ...

**Economics**

Unable to find any info to answer my question I recently posted about.. role of economic theory in the way economics are run today & no clue found as to concrete examples of same...went through all your sites you suggested and looked many, many sites involving economic theory...

**game Theory**

When the McDonald Corporation reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75 percent if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company was hoping the novel promotion would revive its US sales growth. It didn’t. Within two ...

**economics**

When Mcdonal's corp reduced the price of its big mac by 75% if consumers also purchase french fries and a soft drink. the company was hoping the novel promotion would receive its U.S. sales growth. It didn't. within two weeks, sales had fallen. Using your knowledge of game ...

**Probability theory**

suppose a student is offered a chance to draw a card from ordinary deck of 52 playing cards and win $10 if he or she draws an ace, $ 2 for a King, and $1 for a queen. If $2 must be paid to play the game, what is the expected winnings every time the game is played by the students?

**game theory**

What is the relationship between the maximin payoﬀ and the set of NE payoﬀs in a ﬁnite game?

**Mathematics for Liberal Arts**

You are on a TV show. You have been asked to either play a dice game five times or accept a $50 bill. The dice game works like this: If you roll a 1, 2 or 3, you win $46. If you roll a 4 or 5, you lose $22. If you roll a 6, you lose $85. Should you play the game? Use expected ...

**managerial economics**

When McDonald's Corp. reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75% if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company was hoping the novel promotion would revive its US sales growth. It didn't. Within two weeks sales had ...

**managerial economics**

When McDonald's Corp. reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75% if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company was hoping the novel promotion would revive its US sales growth. It didn't. Within two weeks sales had ...

**psy-**

match -Psychodynamic Theory -Trait Theory -Learning Theory -Humanistic Theory -Sociocultural E. Popular theorists include Maslow and Rogers. A. psychodynamic theory

**sociology**

Which theory, in conjunction with labeling theory, tries to explain how people define deviance in situations in everyday life? A. conflict theory B. functionalism theory C. network theory D. symbolic interaction i cant find this in my vocabulary list so i'm unsure of the ...

**Economics**

When McDonald's Corp. reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75 percent if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company was hoping the novel promotion would revive its U. S. sales growth. It didn't. Within two weeks ...

**ECONOMICS**

1. When McDonald’s Corp. reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75 percent if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company was hoping the novel promotion would revive its U.S. sales growth. It didn’t. Within two ...

**Economics**

When McDonald's Corporation reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75 percent if customers also purchased french friesand a soft drink. The Wall Street Journal reported that the company was hoping the novel prWomotion would revive its U. S. sales growth. It. didn't. Withing two ...

**Economics**

When McDonald’s Corp. reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75 percent if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company was hoping the novel promotion would revive its U. S. sales growth. It didn’t. Within two weeks...

**Managerial Economics**

When McDonald's Corp. reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75 percent if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, The Wall Street Journal reprted that the company was hoping the novel promotion would revive its U.S. sales growth. It didn't. Within two weeks sales...

**Managerial Economics**

When McDonald’s Corp. reduced the price of its Big Mac by 75 percent if customers also purchased french fries and a soft drink, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company was hoping the novel promotion would revive its U. S. sales growth. It didn’t. Within two weeks...

**Game Theory**

Hi can anyone help me with my homework in this subject? :)

**Psychology 210**

I need help with the different Psychological theories 1) Psychodynamic Theory,2 learning theory 3) Humanistic theory, 4) Trait Theory 5) Sociocultural

**Algebra 2**

Game Theory: Consider a game in which each of two people simultaneously chooses an integer: 1 or 2. Find the expected value for player A and the expected value for player B. Is each game fair. Question: If the numbers are the same, then player A wins 1 point from player B. If ...

**psy 210**

Match the psychological theories with the appropriate statement(s): Psychodynamic Theory Trait Theory Learning Theory Sociocultural Humanistic Theory

**math**

Paul bowled 6 games today. His scores are shown below. Game 1: 158 Game 2: 124 Game 3: 110 Game 4: 167 Game 5: 146 Game 6: 165 a. What was Paul's median score for the 6 games? Answer: 152 b. What was Paul's mean score for the 6 games? Answer: 145 c. Paul will bowl one more ...

**mathmetics for business**

What is game theory? Will we study?

**math-fractions**

last season a little league baseball team traveled a total of 133 miles. For their first game they traveled 16 2/3 miles; second game 2 1/6; third game 25 4/9; and their fourth game 32 1/3. How many miles did they travel for their final fifth away game? when I add it, all I ...

**Socioloy**

Cassie is a 15 year runaway who is assaulted. Which victimization theory would best apply to her stituation? 1)Victim precipitation 1)Lifestyle Theory 3)Deviant place Theory 4)Routine activities Theory

**Economics**

According to the following game tree, and if the entrant and incumbent both only care about their own monetary payoff, what is/are the game's Nash equilibrium? Entrant - stays out (2,15) - enters If the entrant enters, Incumbent - co operates (5,5) - punishes (-3,9) So what is...

**psychology -**

I have to match the following: A. Individualism versus collectivism answer: Humanity theory B. Popular theorist Eysenck initiated the five-factor model. answer: Learning theory -psychodynamic -Trait Theory -Learning Theory -Humanistic Theory -Sociocultural

**Science.**

Whats the difference between a scientific theory and a regular theory? A theory may be about anything but a scientific theory is designed to explain some scientific principle. Why people shop at a certain store might be an ordinary theory but why AgCl is more soluble than AgBr...

**American Government**

1. Thomas Hobbes and John Locke were European philosophers who influenced American founding documents with which theory? A. social contract theory B. divine right of kings theory C. no taxation without representation theory D. equal pay for equal work theory

**economics**

what is the theory of inflation

**History**

10. Many geographers, such as Elder, Knopp, and Nast, refer to theories that explain or inform our understanding of sexuality and space as........ A. queer theory B. heteronormative theory C. gender studies D. spatial theory E. modernization theory A

**Math-Fair Game question**

the game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving 1$ for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**economics**

Consider the price strategy of Delta Airlines for its Detroit-to-Philadelphia route. In this game spirit is a potential competitor along the same route. Spirit will make competitive profits on less-popular routes if it does enter the market for this service. The matrix ...

**economics**

Consider the price strategy of Delta Airlines for its Detroit-to-Philadelphia route. In this game spirit is a potential competitor along the same route. Spirit will make competitive profits on less-popular routes if it does enter the market for this service. The matrix ...

**World history answer CHECK**

stars*** by my answer 1. President Ronald Reagan's economic theory which assumed if taxes were reduced, people will work more having more spending money, and the economy would grow was called "Reaganomics." Identify the economic theory which Reaganomics is based. demand-side ...

**Game Theory**

I have a question on a fixed cost of bargaining problem. Can somebody help me?

**culture**

Mutually Assured Destruction" is a policy based on which game theory strateg

**psy-**

match -Psychodynamic Theory -Trait Theory -Learning Theory -Humanistic Theory -Sociocultural A. Individualism versus collectivism A. sociocultural

**psy-**

match -Psychodynamic Theory -Trait Theory -Learning Theory -Humanistic Theory -Sociocultural E. Popular theorists include Maslow and Rogers. A. Learning Theory F. Popular theorists include freud, Jung, and Erikson A. Trait Theory

**economics**

1) What is the key theory for understanding the politics of information?

**psy-final revision**

match -Psychodynamic Theory -Trait Theory -Learning Theory -Humanistic Theory -Sociocultural k. consists of five major personality factors which are reasonably stable elements of personality. These factors include extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, ...

**Math**

120 people attended the baseball game. Adults cost $6 and students cost $4 to attend the game. The game raised $600 from the attendance. How many students attended the game?

**math**

Ryan's team won 2 games and scored 27 points in the first game and 24 in the second game. They lost a game 40 to 18. What was the total number of points the team scored in the winning game?

**psy -revision**

match -Psychodynamic Theory -Trait Theory -Learning Theory -Humanistic Theory -Sociocultural k. consists of five major personality factors which are reasonably stable elements of personality. These factors include extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, ...

**Math**

The Fun Guys game rental store charges an annual fee of $25 plus $6.50 per game rented. The Game Bank charges an annual fee of $57 plus $2.50 per game. For how many game rentals will the cost be the same at both stores? What is that cost?

**math**

Raina is saving money to buy a game. So far she has saved $16 , which is one-fourth of the total cost of the game. How much does the game cost?

**Math**

You play a game where you win $1.00 for each dot that turns up on a fair die (has 6 sides). You pay $3.50 to play the game (and the money is not returned). Find the expected (average) winnings for this game.

**Math**

You play a game where you win $1.00 for each dot that turns up on a fair die (has 6 sides). You pay $3.50 to play the game (and the money is not returned). Find the expected (average) winnings for this game.

**Human service**

Who developed the behavioral learning theory and explain the theory? Did John Watson, Ivan Pavlov and B.F. Skinner develop the behavioral learning theory? Also where can I found a explanation on this theory? Thank you

**Chemistry**

Can you provide me with some, at least two, examples each of the Limitations of the following chemical bondings; ionic bonding theory, coordinate bonding theory, covalent bonding theory and metallic bonding theory.

**Child Development**

Please help I am correcting my child's homework. which of these theories would be considered behaviorism and why? A. Psychosocial Theory B. Social Learning Theory C. Cognitive-Development Theory D. Sociocultural Theory

**math**

What is the mode of the scores for Game 3? _____ Team | Bowling Scores Member | Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 Bob | 92 | 118 | 105 Craig | 127 | 101 | 96 Kim | 131 | 128 | 122 Nancy | 127 | 109 | 115 Phillip| 113 | 109 | 122 what is the mode in math again? and how do u find it out?

**Ashford**

This week you will analyze the computational complexity of the game you select. A good way to do this is to determine the steps of the game in the algorithm format from Week 4 and figure out how many steps it could take at maximum to finish the game. Include this analysis in ...

**Math**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair dice and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**Fair Game**

Okay, I am in 6 grade and I am doing definitions; math definitions. Theres something called a "fair game" but I am not for sure if it has to do wih math, or a regular game... plz help. This assignment is due this week..... (-_-) Thxx !! ~

**math**

A game is defined by the rules that two dice are rolled and the player wins varying amounts depending on the sum of the two dice rolled based on the following table: Sum 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Winnings $10 $9 $8 $7 $6 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 $10 If ...

**Economics**

Does the demand-pull theory represent a leakage or injection in the economy? I'm confused.

**math help!**

A lottery game asks you to pick 5 numbers from the set 1, 2, 3, ... , 29, 30. How many ways are there to play this lottery game? (Assume that this is a game where the order of your picks does NOT matter.) A) 27,405 B) 84,825 C) 593,775 D) 142,506

**Biology**

How does a theory provide a framework for the way scientific investigations are conducted? Identify a theory that served for a time and was then supplanted. Compile what you know about the theory, and the effect of the wrong theory on the way people thought. I really just need...

**stat**

Diana and franklin both play a card game called cribbage,in whichthe first person to earn 121 points is the winner. The table below shows the results of six games of cribbage. Dianna's score/Franklin's score Game 1 121/118 Game 2 121/101 Game 3 98/121 Game 4 121/103 Game 5 121...

**psy#4**

select one theory of personality and use this theory to tell Michael how this theory explains his situation

**psychology**

Select one theory of personality and use this theory to tell Michael or Jennifer how this theory explains his or her situation.

**GCSE PE**

Compare the drive theory to the Inverted U theory and state which theory is more realistic to an individuals needs (3 marks)

**Theory**

If an experiment doesn't agree with the the theory, then this means that the theory is incorrect? please give explain why or why not

**Math**

in four games of basketball, michael scored 14, 9, 10 and 11 points. After one more game his mean was 12 points per game. how many points did he score in the fifth game?

**micro economics theory 2**

prove the profit maximization of the consumer.mu= p by using mathmatical derivation.

**math**

How to solve this??? The attendance at the game on two successive nights of Oakland A's baseball was 77,000. The attendance on Thursday's game was 7000 more than two thirds of the attendance at Friday nights game. How many people attended the baseball game each night?

**computer science**

This week you will determine the time complexity for a game of your choice. You should select a game that can be played in algorithmic steps and determine the maximum time (in notation) it will take to play the game. Use the guidelines below in your report. Include the ...

**Psychology**

If you support the idea that physiological arousal and the experience of an associated emotion will occur simultaneously, you'll agree with the A. biological emotion-activation theory. B. James-Lange theory of emotion. C. Cannon-Bard theory of emotion. D. Schachter-Singer ...

**psy210**

what theory was taken from European philosophy of Existentialism. posible anwsers include: A. Humanistic theory B. learning theory C. psychodynamic th. D. socioculture th. E. Trait th.

**Science**

Which of the following best describes a scientific theory? A.A scientific theory is a rule of nature that can never be changed. B.A scientific theory is an educatrd guess about the possible results of an experiment. C.A scientific theory is a description of a pattern of ...

**economics**

The Milwaukee Brewers are playing their archrival Chicago Cubs. Bleacher tickets for the game were sold out and many fans would have attend if tickets were availiable. 1. Draw the demand and supply lines for bleacher tickets for this game. Label the equilibruim bleacher price ...

**math**

On a roulette wheel, the probability of winning when you pick a particular number is . Suppose you bet $1.00 to play the game, and if your number is picked, you get back $36. a. Is this a fair game? b. What would happen if you played this game a large number of times?

**math**

On a roulette wheel, the probability of winning when you pick a particular number is . Suppose you bet $1.00 to play the game, and if your number is picked, you get back $36. a. Is this a fair game? b. What would happen if you played this game a large number of times?

**From Theory to practice**

A child throws a ball with speed and accuracy when he throws a ball to his teacher but his throws are slower and less accurate when plays with a group of friends. This difference is explained by A. classical stage theory B. probility theory C. locomotion-x theory D. ...

**From theory and practice**

A child throws a ball with speed and accuracy when he throws a ball to his teacher but his throws are slower and less accurate when plays with a group of friends. This difference is explained by A. classical stage theory B. probility theory C. locomotion-x theory D. Piaget...

**business**

is the correct answer for # 4 = C and # 5 = B ?? 4. At the office, Jacob knows from his boss that his needs will be met as long as Jacob performs his duties successfully. What theory of leadership does Jacob’s boss follow? A. Situational leadership theory B. Transformational...

**health**

how do child abuse programs reflect the scientific theory and human disorders theory? Which "scientific theory and human disorders theory" are you referring to? We need more specific data to provide help. Please repost, and we will do our best to help. Thanks for asking.

**math**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**Math**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**Math**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**Math**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**Math**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be consdiered a fair game?

**math**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**Math**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**math**

Kendall pitches for his school's baseball team. Every game he averages 5 strikeouts per game. Each game is about 2 hours. If he pitches in 7 games during the season how many strikeouts will he have?

**finance (structure of interest rates)**

Some analysts believe that the term structure of interest reates is determined by the behavior of various types of financial institutions. this theory is called the: A. expectations hypothesis B. segmentation theory C. liquidity premium theory D. theory of industry supply and ...

**economics**

What is the role of economic theory in the way economies are run today? I need some concrete examples.

**Economics**

What is the role of economic theory in the way economies are run today? Give some concrete examples.

**psy - revised**

match -Psychodynamic Theory -Trait Theory -Learning Theory -Humanistic Theory -Sociocultural B. Popular theorist Eysenck initiated the five-factor model. Ans: Trait theory e. Popular theorists include Maslow and Rogers. Ans: Humanistic Theory d. Genetics determine the traits ...

**home economics**

Unemployment rate is unacceptably high. Is this positive economics, normative economics, or art of economics and why

**MATH Prob.**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**Math 157**

The game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving $1 for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?

**English**

1. He was excited to watch the game. 2. He was excited watching the game. (Which one is grammatical? Are both OK? What is the difference between them?) English - Writeacher, Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 8:07am Both are OK, but they have slightly different meanings. #1 - ...

**Nurs**

i need to draw a concept map that represents the relationships among the concepts under study for either Middle-range theory, Grand theory, or practice theory. HELP!