
Business math question
Firm A supplies parts for Firm 2's products. They value being located close to each other. But Firm A also likes to be located towards the west (a lower number) and Firm B likes to locate towards the east (a higher number). With x1 being the location of Firm A and x2 being the location of Firm B. Assume that decisions are made simultaneously. The payoffs to the two firms are:
π1 (x1, x2) = 12  x1^2  (x2x1)^2
π2 (x1, x2) = 12  (1  x2)^2  (x2x1)^2
Derive best response functions for the two firms and find the nash equilibrium.
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Can someone check these answers: so for firm 1 i got 2(x2x1) and setting it to 0 is x1 = x2
and firm 2 i got 2(x2x1) and setting to 0 i got x1=x2
Is this correct?
And I also want to draw a diagram of this so how would i go about doing that?
And also is the nash equilibrium just where x1 = x2 ie where they are located at the same place?