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Game Theory. These are 2 parts of a single question.

Give an example of a two-player game with finite actions (2 or 3 actions for each player should be enough) for each of the following scenarios or show that the scenario is impossible,
6. (4 points) (Is NE payoffs monotonic in game payoffs?) Assume game G has a unique pure NE. We increase player 1s payoffs strictly for each strategy profile (for each outcome box in the game) to arrive at another game G, again with a unique pure NE (possibly different than the NE of game G); but such that player 1 is worse off in the new NE (of the new game) compared to the old game. 7. (4 points) (Is NE payoffs monotonic in available strategies?) Assume game G has a unique pure NE. We make some of player Is strategies unavailable, to arrive at another game G, again with a unique pure NE (possibly different than the NE of game G); but such that player 1 is better off in the new NE (of the new game) compared to the old games unique NE
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