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# Applied Sciences homework help

1. Chp 12. Exercise 1 – Suppose a network exchange theory experiment is run on the graph depicted in Figure 12.10 using the one-exchange rule. Say which node or nodes you would expect to make the most money (i.e. receive the most favorable exchanges), and give a brief (1-3 sentence) explanation for your answer.Applied Sciences homework help
2. Suppose a network exchange theory experiment is run on the graph depicted in Figure 12.11 (i.e. a graph that is a 3-node path), using the one-exchange rule.
Now you, playing the role of a fourth node d, are told to attach by a single edge to one of the nodes in the network. How should you attach to the network to put yourself in as powerful a position as possible, where power will be determined by the result of a network exchange theory experiment run on the resulting 4-node network? Give a brief explanation for your answer.
3. Suppose a network exchange theory experiment is run on the graph depicted in Figure 12.12 using the one-exchange rule with \$10 placed on each edge

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a. Say which node or nodes you would expect to make the most money (i.e. receive the most favorable exchanges), and give a brief (1-3 sentence) explanation for your answer. You do not need to give actual numbers for the amounts of money the nodes would receive.Applied Sciences homework help
b. Now the experimenters vary the network: they introduce a sixth node f, which is attached by a single edge to just the node c. A new person is brought in to play the role of f, and a new round of experiments is performed with this new six-node network. Explain what you think will happen to the relative power of the participants, compared to the situation in (a), and give a brief (1-3 sentence) explanation for your answer. Again, you do not need to give actual numbers for the amounts of money the nodes would receive.
4. Suppose a network exchange theory experiment is run on the graph depicted in Figure 12.13 using the one-exchange rule with \$10 placed on each edge.
a. Say which node or nodes you would expect to make the most money (i.e. receive the most favorable exchanges), and give a brief (1-3 sentence) explanation for your answer. You do not need to give actual numbers for the amounts of money the nodes would receive.
b. Now the experimenters vary the conditions slightly: instead of placing \$10 on the b-c edge, they place only \$2. Otherwise, the experiment is run exactly as before.
Explain what you think will happen to the relative power of each of the participants, compared to the situation in (a), and give a brief (1-3 sentence) explanation for your answer. Again, you do not need to give actual numbers for the amounts of money the nodes would receive.
5. NetLogo
Go to the netlogo website at http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/models/community/ultimatumgame
And run the Netlogo community model of the ultimatum game in the Netlogo Web.
Please take a screenshot and place it here to get credit for the game. Applied Sciences homework help

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