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    P sues D in negligence. At trial, it is determined that P's negligence was 40% responsible for P's injury, and D's negligence was 60% responsible. P's losses total $10,000. Under a pure comparative negligence system, P will recover:

    a) Nothing. b) $4000. c) $6000. d) $10,000.

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