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Posted by **Susan** on Sunday, December 6, 2009 at 3:53am.

(A) 50.

(B) 100.

(C) 0.

(D) 1.

(E) There is not enough information to tell.

(Solution is B, 100)

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**economyst**, Monday, December 7, 2009 at 1:25pmBecause they are perfectly postively correlated, the covariance between the q and z is 1.00

Because, (while not explained or pointed out), the possible answers are expressed in percentage terms and the decimal point is moved over 2 places, the answer you seek is B.

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