# Question 2. Consider the situation represented by the following bimatrix: L M R U 1,0 2,5 -2,-1 D2,1 2,1 -1,0 (a) Write down the strategic form of this game. (b) Is there a strictly dominant strategy equilibrium of this game? Explain. (e) Is there a weakly dominant strategy equilibrium of this game? Explain. Note that strategic form comes in two representations: a) Matrix form (if there are two players, bimatrix) b) Explicit form which is composed of Set of players, set of strategies for each player and payoff function for each player

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Transcribed Image Text: 2. Consider the situation represented by the following bimatrix: L M R U 1,0 2,5 -2,-1 D2,1 2,1 -1,0 (a) Write down the strategic form of this game. (b) Is there a strictly dominant strategy equilibrium of this game? Explain. (e) Is there a weakly dominant strategy equilibrium of this game? Explain. Note that strategic form comes in two representations: a) Matrix form (if there are two players, bimatrix) b) Explicit form which is composed of Set of players, set of strategies for each player and payoff function for each player
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Transcribed Image Text: 2. Consider the situation represented by the following bimatrix: L M R U 1,0 2,5 -2,-1 D2,1 2,1 -1,0 (a) Write down the strategic form of this game. (b) Is there a strictly dominant strategy equilibrium of this game? Explain. (e) Is there a weakly dominant strategy equilibrium of this game? Explain. Note that strategic form comes in two representations: a) Matrix form (if there are two players, bimatrix) b) Explicit form which is composed of Set of players, set of strategies for each player and payoff function for each player