I was looking around and I didn't find any good source that provides a good explanation (baby steps) on how is experience going to work in Diablo 3 multiplayer.
All members of the party earn full experience points for each monster killed - the number of players doesn't affect the experience for killing a monster. (You do have to be within 1-2 screens of the kill to get credit, though)
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