## Answer :

1.

**Initial Stock Price**: Jerry bought the stock at 2112 ten weeks ago.

2.

**Current Stock Value**: Today, the stock is valued at 20% of its original price.

3.

**Calculating Current Stock Value**:

- The current value of the stock can be found by calculating what 20% of the initial price is.

- 20% can be expressed as a decimal for the calculation, which is 0.20.

- Therefore, the current stock value = Initial Stock Price

*20%*

- This gives us: 21120.20 = 422.4

- This gives us: 2112

4.

**Comparing Current Value with Initial Value**:

- The current value of the stock is 422.4.

- The initial value of the stock was 2112.

5.

**Performance Assessment**:

- Since the current value (422.4) is less than the initial value (2112), the stock’s performance is considered

**Below Par**.

Therefore, the best answer to the question is:

**B. Below par**.