Do you play logic games or like to strategize? In this game theory lesson, learn how to solve for best responses based on the Nash equilibrium.
Do you know how to solve a two-player game that results in only one winner and one loser? Learn how to win a game when no pure strategy Nash equilibria exist.
How do you strategize or come to a decision when no pure Nash equilibria are present? This game theory lesson teaches you all about mixed strategy algorithms
Ever lost easy points on a game theory assignment or test for a slightly wrong conclusion? Learn why you should forsake the decimals and stick to fractions.
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.
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