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Your Company's Action | Reduce Price | Don’t Reduce Price |
Reduce Price | Loss = $400 | Gain = $30,000 |
Don’t Reduce Price | Loss = $5,000 | No Loss or Gain |
If the probability of rivals reducing price even though you don’t is 5 percent, what is the expected payoff tonotreducing price?
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