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Affirmed in part, reversed in part.
 
Affirmed in part, reversed in part.
 
==Reasons==
 
==Reasons==
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Posner says that while the Hand Formula theoretically makes a great deal of sense, ordinarily the parties involved do not give the information necessary to conduct the test accurately. However, he says that it is still a good measure and can be used to attempt to make judgments of reasonableness. The formula has greater analytic than operational significance.
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Posner says that while the Hand Formula theoretically makes a great deal of sense, ordinarily the parties involved do not give the information necessary to conduct the test accurately. However, he says that it is still a good measure and can be used to attempt to make judgments of reasonableness. The formula has greatr analytic than operational significance.
 
==Ratio==
 
==Ratio==
 
The Hand Formula is more useful as an analytic tool than as an exact measure of when something is negligent.
 
The Hand Formula is more useful as an analytic tool than as an exact measure of when something is negligent.

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