# Some answers but I need to show work1) Q= 76/32) Q=243) Q=55/2 Need by 7/2/13 at 5pm mountain time Question…

Some answers but I need to show work

1) Q= 76/3

2) Q=24

3) Q=55/2 Need by 7/2/13 at 5pm mountain time

Question 1: Solve for the Nash equilibrium quantities of the following two firm, Cournot game: Market Demand: Q(p) = 42 -2p. C1(q1) = C2(q2) = 2q: Also give the price and firm profits at the equilibrium quantities.

Question 2: Solve for the Nash equilibrium quantities of the following two firrm, Cournot game: Market Demand: Q(p) = 42 -2p. C1(q1) = 2q1;C2(q2) = 4q2: Also give the price and firm profits at the equilibrium quantities.

Question 3: Solve for the Subgame Perfect Nash equilibrium quantities of the following two firm Stackelberg game: Market Demand: Q(p) = 42 -2p. C1(q1) = 2q1;C2(q2) = 4q2: Also give the price and firm profits at the equilibrium quantities. How do these compare to those in Question 2? Why?

Question 4: Using the market demand and cost function of Question 1, provide the Nash equilibrium prices of the Bertrand model and explain why neither firm has an incentive to deviate.

Question 5: Using the market demand and cost functions of Question 2, provide the Nash equilibrium prices of the Bertrand model and explain why neither firm has an incentive to deviate.

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