According to the textbook, which of the following

According to the textbook, which of the following statements is (are) correct?

(x) Studies from the early 2000s suggest that the value of human life is about $10 million.

(y) Although studies provide a calculated value of a typical person, the given value of an economist is always higher because only an economist is able to generate sound economic policy.

(z) When the value of human life is calculated according to the economic contribution a person makes to society (as reflected in their income-earning potential) it is likely to lead to the bizarre implication that it is possible for a retired or disabled person to have no value to society.

A. (x), (y), and (z)

B. (x) and (y) only

C. (x) and (z) only

D. (y) and (z) only

E. (z) only