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9.2 Mixed Strategies Two players, Robert and Carol, play a game with payoff matrix (to Robert): Is the game strictly determined? Why? Robert has strategy: What should Carol’s strategy be in order for the game to be fair? Is this possible? Outcome R Wins Probability (think element) Row 1, Col 1 Row 1, Col 2 Row 2, Col 1 Row 2, Col 2

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9.2 Mixed Strategies Two players, Raj and Copper, play a game with payoff matrix (to Raj): Is the game strictly determined? Why? Raj has strategy: What should Copper’s strategy be in order for the game to be fair? Is this possible? Outcome R Wins Probability (think element) Row 1, Col 1 Row 1, Col 2 Row 2, Col 1 Row 2, Col 2

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9.2 Mixed Strategies Two players, Ray and Chris, play a game with payoff matrix (to Robert): Is the game strictly determined? Why? What is the value of the game? Is the game fair? How do you know that a payoff matrix is strictly determined?

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**9.2 Mixed Strategies Problems to complete from section 9.2**

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