Joe owns a coin that is either a fair coin or a two-headed coin. Imelda believes that there is a… 1 answer below »

Joe owns a coin that is either a fair coin or a two-headed coin. Imelda believes that there is a ½ chance that the coin is two-headed. She must guess what kind of coin Joe has. If she guesses correctly, she pays Joe nothing, but if she guesses incorrectly, she must pay Joe $2. Before guessing, she may pay 30¢ to see the result of a single coin toss (heads or tails). Determine how Imelda should minimize her expected loss. Also determine EVSI and EVPI.

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