# Section 2 (5 points): The questions in this section are graded for completion. In order to get fu...

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Game Theory
-ONLY questions 2 & 3, please!
Section 2 (5 points): The questions in this section are graded for completion. In order to get full credit, you mast show significant ffort for each question. Incorrect answers, however, will not penalize you. Make sure to label any graphs/figures clearly 1 Determine all of the Nash Equalibria (both pure-strategy and mixed-strategy equilibria) for the following gamers C D 0 2.2 | 0.3 D| 3,0 | 1,1 b. A| 1,4 | 2,0 B 0.8 3,9 L M R U 8,10,2 4 3 C 3, 4,40,0 D| 5,0 | 3.3 | 1.4 2) Create (and describc) your own scenario using court-imposed breach remodies. In your own words, define expectation damages, restitution damages, and reliance damages.For each, explain how they could apply to the scenario you described. What are the key differences between the three? Which remedy is more likely to achieve an efficient outcome, espectation damages or restitution damages? Explain your answer thoroaghly

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