In this report, we analyze the expectations of strategic behavior amongstudents at Los Altos High School, speciﬁcally through the use of gametheory puzzles. Using a survey and various methods of statistical analysis,
we obtain both holistic and stratiﬁed results. We ﬁnd that while students are
attuned to the behavior of the majority, they cannot eﬀectively eschew this
behavior themselves to avoid the fallacy of composition. Furthermore, we ﬁndthat the correct minority response is the same as the majority response on an
equivalent but antithetical question. Lastly, we determine an answer to the
classic “2/3 of the average” game theory puzzle in a real world environment
which reproduces independent results.