1. No; Stock A is underpriced and stock B is overpriced.
2. No; Stock A is overpriced and stock B is underpriced.
3. No; Stock A is overpriced but stock B is correctly priced.
4. No; Stock A is underpriced but stock B is correctly priced.
5. Yes; Both stocks are correctly priced.
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