Describe a unique subgame perfect Nash equilibrium of the centipede game (5 points) The centipede game is a finite game between 2 players and is characterized by perfect information. As the players alternate moves, each player is faced with an option of either “continuing” or “stopping”. An option of “continue” has a reward of 3
  The subject provides vital skills, which will enable the learner to interact comfortably with arithmetic and challenging calculations. This is quite applicable in real life situations because there are challenges that require mathematical skills on day-to-day basis. Most significantly, my area of specialization requires competence in handling challenging assignments, which are directly linked to
Evaluation Research Evaluation is an orderly examination of object/something in order to get practical knowledge. Evaluation research is divided into two categories namely; formative and summative evaluation. Evaluation research is important especially in making decisions regarding the projects and its short term and long term effects(Blank 1993). Evaluation research provide a preview of the project,
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Abstract Most children who live with only one parent live with their mothers, and we often equate single parenthood with single motherhood. Nevertheless, about 14 percent of children who live apart from a parent at age sixteen are living with their fathers. Thus, it makes sense to ask whether children do better when they live
Question 1 Arithmetic mean = (28 + 32 + 28 + 30 + 34)/5 = 30.4 Median = 30 Mode = 28 Based on the above results, arithmetic mean would be the best measure of center because it lies approximately at the center of the five runs. Question 2 Arithmetic mean = (31 + 29