Chapters 7 and 8 Review Problems
1. You are given: P (A50 ) = 0.02781,
(A50 ) = 0.21512,
20 V
20 E50
= 0.18072, and
20 k50
=
1.28895. Calculate a
50:20| . (Ans. 9.774)
2. Write seven formulas for 20 V (A35 ), and show numerically that they are equal. i =
Math 521 Life Contingencies I
Final Exam: April 30, 2013
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Read all questions carefully. If any questions are unclear, request clarification!
This is a closed-book, closed-notebook exam. You may use a calculator.
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Math 521: Sample Problems for Exam 2
Disclaimer: These are problems that Ive given on Math 521 exams in the past. This
collection of problems is neither comprehensive nor exhaustive. Weve covered much more
material than this; these are just a few problems
Math 521, Life Contingencies II, Exam 1, 17 February 2011
You may not use your book or notes, but you may use a calculator.
1. (10 points) A 10-payment $10,000 whole life insurance (with death benefit payable at end of
year of death) is issued to (65). Th
Math 521, Life Contingencies II, Final Exam, 26 April 2011
There are six problems for a total of 100 points.
You may not use your book or notes, but you may use a calculator.
1.
A whole life insurance pays $1000 at the end of year of death of (10). Premiu
Math 521, Life Contingencies II, Exam 2, 12 April 2011
There are five problems for a total of 100 points.
You may not use your book or notes, but you may use a calculator.
1.
Jenny is 50 years old, and she works for a company that forces all employees to