Quiz 1 information
It covers Chapter 1. There will be 5 questions.
Besides the examples presented in the regular lectures and tutorials, here are some more questions
from the textbook (by Brown and Kopp). If you need more practice, all other questions in
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Tutorial 1 (January 11, 2017)
ACTSC 231, Winter 2017
1. (Textbook, ex 1.1 #1) Given A(t) =
1000
50t
for 0 t < 50, calculate the amount of the
principal and a(10).
2. (Textbook, ex 1.2 #4) At the end of year 5, an investment has grown to $750. This
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Introduction to 1
Case
Study
Module
Exercise:
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Introduction
Module
This
study1 introduced you to actuarial work and the Control Cycle framework used by actuaries to
This
study
complete their work. The elements of the Control Cycle include rev
Lectures week 6
3.3 Annuities Due
Payments of R at the beginning of each period for n
periods.
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n
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R
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Lectures week 5
Approximate Dollar-Weighted Yield over 1 year
Let A opening balance at t 0
Let B closing balance at t 1
Let C t k net contribution at time t k , where
0 t1 t2 tn 1
I
i
n
k1 C tk 1t k
A
Approximate Dollar-Weighted Yield over 2 years
Let
Actsc 231 - Problem Set 7
This problem set is composed mainly of recommended problems from the course textbook.
For the textbook problems, at the beginning of the question, a reference will be made to the
exercise from which it was taken.
1. Find the pres
Actsc 231 - Problem Set 2
Note that the questions with an Exercise reference at the beginning have been obtained
from the course textbook. We still need to complete the section on nominal rates. However,
given your knowledge so far of these nominal rates,
Actsc 231 - Problem Set 4.5
This problem set is composed of recommended problems from the course textbook.
1. (Exercise 2.1 Part A Question 15) Mrs. Singh borrows $3000, due with interest at i(12) =
9% in 2 years. The lender agrees to let Mrs. Singh repay
Actsc 231 - Problem Set 3
Note that the questions with an Exercise reference at the beginning have been obtained
from the course textbook.
1. If we invest $1000 now into an account, what is the accumulated value after 5 years if the
account accumulates at
Actsc 231 - Problem Set 5.5
This problem set is composed of recommended problems from the course textbook.
1. (Exercise 3.4 Part A Question 12) On Mr. Pimentels 55th birthday, the Pimentels decide
to sell their house and move into an apartment. They reali
Actsc 231 - Problem Set 4
This week, most of the following questions are challenging questions. For less difcult
questions, please refer to the course textbook.
1. A new ination-linked product provides cash-ows at the beginning of each year for
30 years.
Actsc 231 - Problem Set 8
This problem set is composed mainly of recommended problems from the course textbook.
For the textbook problems, at the beginning of the question, a reference will be made to the
exercise from which it was taken.
1. Assume i(1) =
Actsc 231 - Problem Set 1 Solutions
Note that the questions with an Exercise reference at the beginning have been obtained
from the course textbook.
1. (Exercise 1.2, Question 3) You are given A(t) = 100(1.05)t .
(a) Calculate I5 and i5 .
(b) Calculate I2
ACTSC 371 Corporate Finance 1
Assignment 4 Due Date March 21st, 2013 at 5 pm
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