Upper and lower bound, Managerial Economics

Consider the following table. It shows the market shares of seven clothing stores (A to G) in five dissimilar cities.

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a) Calculate the Herfindahl index (?H) for each city. If an exact calculation is not feasible, give an upper and lower bound.

 

 

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