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### act466-jan8-09

Course: ACT 466, Fall 2009
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order 29. In to simplify an actuarial analysis Actuary A uses an aggregate distribution S = X1 +...+ X N , where N has a Poisson distribution with mean 10 and X i = 15 for all i. . Actuary As work is criticized because the actual severity distribution is given by Pr Yi = 1 = Pr Yi = 2 = 05 , for all i, . where the Yi s are independent. Actuary A counters this criticism by claiming that the correlation coefficient...

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order 29. In to simplify an actuarial analysis Actuary A uses an aggregate distribution S = X1 +...+ X N , where N has a Poisson distribution with mean 10 and X i = 15 for all i. . Actuary As work is criticized because the actual severity distribution is given by Pr Yi = 1 = Pr Yi = 2 = 05 , for all i, . where the Yi s are independent. Actuary A counters this criticism by claiming that the correlation coefficient between S and S * = Y1 +...+YN is high. Calculate the correlation coefficient between S and S . b g * b g (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 0.75 0.80 0.85 0.90 0.95 Course 4: November 2001 -29- GO ON TO NEXT PAGE 21. You are given: (i) The number of claims has probability function: p x (ii) m x q 1 q x m x , x = 0, 1, 2,, m The actual number of claims must be within 1% of the expected number of cla...

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