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Defining Nash Equilibrium

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A Nash equilibrium is best described as a situation in which

A

one player in a game alters its strategy to gain at the expense of the other player.

B

neither player is able to achieve an optimal result.

C

the outcome of a game depends on the strategy of one player, but not on the other.

D

each player achieves the best outcome possible considering the other player’s strategy.

E

both players select the same strategy.