Mandy B's Enrolled Lessons

13 minFREEBiology lessonFree7 CQ
Explore light reactions, the Calvin cycle, and the equation for photosynthesis that allows plants to use carbon dioxide and energy from the sun to form glucose.
with Craig SavageExplore light reactions, the Calvin cycle, and the equation for photosynthesis that allows plants to use carbon dioxide and energy from the sun to form glucose.

4 minFREEStatistics lessonFree3 CQ
War: what is it good for? Learn to use backward induction to determine each player's optimal strategy in deciding between peace and escalation to war.
with William SpanielWar: what is it good for? Learn to use backward induction to determine each player's optimal strategy in deciding between peace and escalation to war.

6 minFREEStatistics lessonFree4 CQ
The Odd Rule states that almost all game theory games have an odd number of equilibria. Learn about the Free Money game, an exception to the Odd Rule.
with William SpanielThe Odd Rule states that almost all game theory games have an odd number of equilibria. Learn about the Free Money game, an exception to the Odd Rule.

5 minFREEStatistics lessonFree3 CQ
Commitment problems getting you down? Follow along with this game theory lesson to see how commitment problems can explain inefficient outcomes in real life.
with William SpanielCommitment problems getting you down? Follow along with this game theory lesson to see how commitment problems can explain inefficient outcomes in real life.

8 minFREEStatistics lessonFree5 CQ
Learn how to run a mixed strategy algorithm—once you can calculate the payoffs for a mixed strategy, you can make an educated decision and the best choice.
with William SpanielLearn how to run a mixed strategy algorithm—once you can calculate the payoffs for a mixed strategy, you can make an educated decision and the best choice.

8 minFREEStatistics lessonFree5 CQ
Inspired by the movie "A Beautiful Mind?" Learn what it really means to find a Nash equilibrium—or winwin situation—in this Game Theory 101 lesson.
with William SpanielInspired by the movie "A Beautiful Mind?" Learn what it really means to find a Nash equilibrium—or winwin situation—in this Game Theory 101 lesson.

7 minFREEStatistics lessonFree4 CQ
Learn to apply the Prisoner's Dilemma approach to a larger game using a tactic called iterative elimination of strategically dominated strategies.
with William SpanielLearn to apply the Prisoner's Dilemma approach to a larger game using a tactic called iterative elimination of strategically dominated strategies.

7 minFREEStatistics lessonFree4 CQ
Do you know how to solve a twoplayer game that results in only one winner and one loser? Learn how to win a game when no pure strategy Nash equilibria exist.
with William SpanielDo you know how to solve a twoplayer game that results in only one winner and one loser? Learn how to win a game when no pure strategy Nash equilibria exist.

7 minFREEStatistics lessonFree4 CQ
You know about backward induction in game theory, which assumes that all future play will be rational. But what about the opposite technique? Learn it here!
with William SpanielYou know about backward induction in game theory, which assumes that all future play will be rational. But what about the opposite technique? Learn it here!

7 minFREEPolitical Science lessonFree4 CQ
In the anarchic world of international relations, how can we predict and explain outcomes? Learn how to apply game theory to political science in this lesson.
with William SpanielIn the anarchic world of international relations, how can we predict and explain outcomes? Learn how to apply game theory to political science in this lesson.