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By Gash3dd | Last updated: Sep 7, 2018
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Robert Axelrod discorvered the theory of fair trade?
The Golden rule states that we have a win-at-all cost strategy in our society that revolves around benefiting our ________ .
King Solomon was informed about two women who both claimed to be the mother of a child, he told them that he would cut the baby in half so they would get equal halves of the baby. What is the theory used?
It showed fairness in the past.
It used Cake-cutting in a real life scenario.
We still do not know due to scientists researching the equation towards the theory.
Robert Axelrod went to the university of Charlotte and studied philoosphy.
What was the purpose behind the activity given for chapter 10
Show how each person thought they got a fair share of a deal
To get the most money
TO GET CANDY
What was Solomans tactic, with the baby
To find the real mother
To give everyone a fair share of the baby
What did you like and dislike about the presentation
Rate the Chapter 10 presentation(Low) 1 - 4 (High)
Rate the Chapter 11 presentation(Low) 1 - 4 (High)
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