Multiple nash equilibria, Game Theory

The following is a payoff matrix for a non-cooperative simultaneous move game between 2 players.

The payoffs are in the order (Player 1; Player 2):

What is/are the Nash Equilibrium/Equilibria of this game? (Ignore the pay-offs this time.)

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Type your answer in the following form:

(c, B)

If you think the outcome is (c, B):

Separate any multiple Nash Equilibria with commas; e.g., (c, B); (a, A); but remember the brackets, commas, upper/lower case letters, AND no spaces.

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