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# Consider a simultaneous game for two players Each player has a choice between two

Consider a simultaneous game for two players. Each player has a choice between two strategies, Friend and Foe. If both players play Friend, each wins \$1,000. If both play Foe, they win nothing. If one plays Foe and the other plays Friend, the Foe wins \$2,000 and the Friend wins nothing. Which of the following statements is (are) TRUE? I. This game has a mixed-strategy equilibrium. II. This game has a pure-strategy equilibrium. . The Nash equilibrium is for both players to play Friend. O II O1 and I11 O I and II O 1, 11, and III 4 Bof 10 Submt Seve Remaining: 4:59:00 Start: 12:59 MacBook Pro 5. (Table 12.11) The payoffs represent dollars won or lost. Player B PPO Number Even Number 1,-1 Player Odd Number -1,1 A Even Number -1,1 1,-1 Which of the following statements is TRUE? O The dominant strategy for Player B is pick odd number. O The pure-strategy equilibrium is (odd number, even number). In mixed strategy, the Nash equilibrium is for both players to.randomly select their strategy with a 50% probability O The Nash equilibria are (1, -1) and (-1, 1).

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