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Question : Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
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Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

(1, 2) (1, 3) (-1, 2) (-1, -1) (2, 2) (2, 3) (-1, 3) (4, 4) (3, 1) (3, 1) (2, 1) (-3, -3) Remember, player A chooses the row while player B chooses the column. Player A's payoffs are shown in black while player B's payoffs are in red. Is there a strategy i for player A that strictly dominates some other strategy i' for player A? If so, give an example of such i and i'. Is there a strategy i for player A that dominates some other strategy i for player A, but not strictly? If so, give an example of such i and i'. Is there a dominant strategy for player A? If so, which one? (Remember, this is a strategy that dominates all other strategies for player A.) Is there a strictly dominant strategy for player A? If so which one? (Remember, this is a strategy that strictly dominates all other strategies for player A.) Is there a strategy j for player B that strictly dominates some other strategy j' for player B? If so, give an example of such j and j'. Is there a strategy j for player B that dominates some other strategy f for player B? If so, give an example of such j and j'. Is there a dominant strategy for player B? If so, which one? (Remember, this is a strategy that dominates all other strategies for player B.) Is there a strictly dominant strategy for player B? If so which one? (Remember, this is a strategy that strictly dominates all other strategies for player B.) Does this game have a Nash equilibrium? If so, list all the Nash equilibria.