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Institute of Actuaries of India
Subject CT4 Models
November 2011 Examinations
INDICATIVE SOLUTIONS
Introduction
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10/01/2014
Datta Meghe College of Engineering, Airoli, Navi Mumbai
Department of Mechanical Engineering
A
Seminar on
ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION
OF SAVONIUS WIND TURBINE
Under the guidance of
Prof. (Dr.) Vilas B. Shinde
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Presented by
Aditya S. Kasar
10/
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Institute of Actuaries of
India
Subject CT4 Models
Nov 2012 Examinations
INDICATIVE SOLUTIONS
Question 1:
i.
The Cox model proposes the following form of hazard function for the th life (where,
in keeping with statistical habit, we denote hazards by rathe
Subject CT4 Models
November 2013 Examinations
INDICATIVE SOLUTIONS
IAI
CT4 1113
Solution 1 :
x
Multiple state model
In the multiplestate model, the MLE is consistent and asymptotically unbiased; the variance
of the estimator is also only available asymp
Institute of Actuaries of India
Subject CT4 Models
May 2011 Examinations
INDICATIVE SOLUTIONS
Introduction
The indicative solution has been written by the Examiners with the aim of helping candidates. The
solutions given are only indicative. It is realize
INSTITUTE OF ACTUARIES OF INDIA
EXAMINATIONS
22nd May 2013
Subject CT4 Models
Time allowed: Three Hours (10.00 13.00 Hrs)
Total Marks: 100
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES
1.
Please read the instructions on the front page of answer booklet and instructions
The Institute of Actuaries of India
Subject CT4 Models
16th May 2007
INDICATIVE SOLUTION
Introduction
The indicative solution has been written by the Examiners with the aim of helping
candidates. The solutions given are only indicative. It is realized tha
INSTITUTE OF ACTUARIES OF INDIA
CT4 Models
May 2009 Examination
Indicative Solution
IAI
CT4 0509
Soln.1
a). If data on exact times of death are available, the twostate model uses all the information
available (i.e. the times of death), while the Binomial
INSTITUTE OF ACTUARIES OF INDIA
EXAMINATIONS
8th September 2016
Subject CT4 Models
Time allowed: Three Hours (10.30 13.30 Hrs)
Total Marks: 100
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES
1.
Please read the instructions on the front page of answer booklet and
instruct
INSTITUTE OF ACTUARIES OF INDIA
EXAMINATIONS
22nd May 2014
Subject CT4 Models
Time allowed: Three Hours (10.30 13.30 Hrs)
Total Marks: 100
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES
1.
Please read the instructions on the front page of answer booklet and
instructions
Actuarial Society of India
Examinations
November 2006
CT4 (104 PART) Survival Models
Indicative Solution
CT4 (104)
1006
1 (a): The complete expectation of life at age x is defined as E[Tx], i.e., the expected
o
future lifetime after age x. It is denoted b
Institute of Actuaries of India
Subject CT4 Models
May 2010 Examinations
INDICATIVE SOLUTIONS
Introduction
The indicative solution has been written by the Examiners with the aim of helping candidates. The solutions
given are only indicative. It is realize
INSTITUTE OF ACTUARIES OF INDIA
EXAMINATIONS
07th May 2015
Subject CT4 Models
Time allowed: Three Hours (10.30 13.30 Hrs)
Total Marks: 100
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES
1.
Please read the instructions on the front page of answer booklet and
instructions
Subject CT4 Models
October 2014 Examination
INDICATIVE SOLUTION
IAI
CT4 1014
Solution 1:(i) (a) Let Y1, Y2, ., Yj, .,be a sequence of independent and identically distributed random
variables with
=
and define
Then
(b)
constitutes a symmetric simple rando
Institute of Actuaries of India
Subject CT4  Models
May 2008 Examination
INDICATIVE SOLUTION
Introduction
The indicative solution has been written by the Examiners with the aim of helping candidates.
The solutions given are only indicative. It is realize
DESIGN AND NUMARICAL ANALYSIS
OF TILTING LADLE TRANSFAR CAR
Guided By:
Prof.(Dr.) Vilas B. Shinde
10/01/20
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Presented By:
Prajakta Bawiskar
CONTENT
1.Introduction
2.Literature Review
3.Design of Tilting Ladle Transfer Car
4.Result and Discussion
5.Concl