You are given the following mortality table for problems 17:
x
x
q
for males
x
q
for females
90
0.20
0.10
91
0.25
0.15
92
0.30
0.20
93
0.40
0.25
94
0.50
0.30
95
0.60
0.40
1.
Calculate the probability that a male exact age 91 will die at age 93 or 94.
2.
Calculate
2
90:91
p
where the (90) is a male and the (91) is a female and the lives are independent.
3.
For independent lives male age 92 and
female 90, calculate the probability that the second
death with occur during the third year.
4.
A life insurance company currently has 1000 males insured
and 1000 females insured.
All 2000
insureds are age 90.
All lives are independent.
Determine the probability that a randomly selected insured selected at the start of the third
year will die during the third year.
5.
You are given:
i.
10
50
0.100
q
ii.
20
50
0.226
q
iii.
2010
50
0.1548
q
Calculate
1010
60
q
.
6.
For two male lives who are independent, calculate
2
92:92
q
.
7.
Herman is a male age 92 and Emma is female age 90.
Herman and Emma are independent lives.
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