Dominant Strategy in Game Theory: Definition & Examples


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A dominant strategy in game theory is one that _____.

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1. A strategy is _____.

2. An intransitive strategy is one that _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess and revisit what you know about dominant strategy in game theory with this quiz and worksheet. This resource is focused on reviewing your understanding of this strategy and defining the different parts of it.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet are designed to review what you know about:

  • What a dominant strategy is
  • Defining intransitive strategy
  • Why chess is a challenging game to dominate
  • The players' roles in a dominant strategy

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - revisit your understanding of game theory to define key concepts like strategy, dominant strategy and intransitive strategy
  • Information recall - see if you can remember why chess is difficult to dominate
  • Knowledge application - check what you know about dominant strategy to name the different roles of this strategy

Additional Learning

Learn more about this topic in the provided lesson, Dominant Strategy in Game Theory: Definition & Examples. This lesson offers more insight into:

  • What game theory is
  • The opposite of a dominant strategy
  • How to create a dominant strategy with rock-paper-scissors
  • Real-world examples beyond games