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  • Bachelor of Science (Adv Maths) with Honors in Computer Science from USYD
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revised Nash equilibria - Why can we calculate a player's strategy without reference to their payoffs?
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accepted Do the positions of the initial dots affect the game sprouts?
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revised Nash equilibria - Why can we calculate a player's strategy without reference to their payoffs?
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comment Nash equilibria - Why can we calculate a player's strategy without reference to their payoffs?
Thanks for clarifying the Nash equilibrium issue. The issue I don't understand is it is possible to calculate a players optimal strategy without considering their payoffs. We found q=1/2, but we only used player 1's payoffs!
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asked Nash equilibria - Why can we calculate a player's strategy without reference to their payoffs?
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comment What are the Axiom of Choice and Axiom of Determinacy?
Did you mean f(p(x))=x for equivalent 3?
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answered Can I use my powers for good?
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accepted Failing to guess each card in a deck
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asked Failing to guess each card in a deck
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accepted What mathematical questions or areas have philosophical implications outside of mathematics?
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comment Why are differentiable complex functions infinitely differentiable?
Correct, but the derivative of a constant is 0, so the linearity is trivial. It only becomes interesting when we consider the derivative as a transformation from functions to functions