The game illustrated in has a unique Nash equilibrium in
pure strategies. However, all nine outcomes in that game are rationalizable.
Confirm this assertion, explaining your reasoning for each outcome.
For the game presented in Exercise S5 in Chapter 4, what
are the rationalizable strategies for each player? Explain your reasoning.
through one additional (fourth) round and show the reduced ranges of R and S
that are obtained at the end of the round.