W4Tute%201001extra - only lives for 0 . 6 of a year I l 30...

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Examples 1. Weimin constructs a life table by observing 5 individuals born at the same time. Their exact ages at death are: 17.2, 30.6, 40.1, 59.7, 82.3 (in years). Determine the following quantities: l 0 , 3 p 17 , l 29 , L 29 , L 30 , l 30 , T 25 , e 50 , s (43) , 20 | 30 q 15 2. The average life expectancy of an Australian female is 83.7 years. Chao claims that the average 20-year-old female is expected to die in around 63.7 years. Do you agree? UNSW Week 4 ACTL1001 Tutorial
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Examples Example 1 I l 0 = 5 I 3 p 17 = l 20 l 17 = 0 . 8 I l 29 = 4 I L 29 = 4 I L 30 = 3 . 6 because 3 individuals survive to 31, and the other
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Unformatted text preview: only lives for 0 . 6 of a year I l 30 = 4 I T 25 = (30 . 6-25) + (40 . 1-25) + (59 . 7-25) + (82 . 3-25) = 112 . 7 I e 50 = (59 . 7-50)+(82 . 3-50) 2 = 21 I s (43) = l 43 l = 0 . 4 I 20 | 30 q 15 = 55 q 15-20 q 15 = 0 . 8-. 4 = 0 . 4 UNSW Week 4 ACTL1001 Tutorial Examples Example 2 No, because their future life expectancy is conditional on surviving to age 20. UNSW Week 4 ACTL1001 Tutorial...
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2011 for the course ASB 1001,2522, taught by Professor Nicole during the One '09 term at University of New South Wales.

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