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ST226 Actuarial Investigations: Financial
Angelos Dassios
March 9, 2013
The purpose of this document is to act as notes to the course. They provide
the theory. You might find it short on examples. As the course has been existing
for over 20 years, there i
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AP Statistics
Summary & Review WORKSHEET
1Sample Confidence Intervals
The ThreeWay Tug of War Between 1 , n. and E
1. A random sample of 100 students is selected from a certain school. They are given an IQ test which has a known
standard deviation of 11
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Review
MULTIPLECHOICE.Choosetheonealternativethatbestcompletesthestatementoranswersthequestion.
1) Allbutoneofthesestatementscontainamistake.Whichcouldbetrue?
A) Thereisacorrelationof0.63betweengenderandpoliticalparty.
B) Thereisahighcorrelation(1.09)betw
University of London The London School of Economics and Political Science
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AP Statistics Chapter 3 Note Packet Linear Regression
3.1A: Scatterplots and Correlation
MVariable (y) measures an outcome of a study
Mvariable (x) may help explain or inuence changes in a response variable.
A ; :1 Q gf )E; shows the relationship between
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STATS ST226

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Summer 2010 Examination
ST226
Actuarial Investigations: Financial
Suitable for all students
Instructions to candidates
Time allowed: 3 hours
This paper contains 10 questions. Answer All questions.
You are supplied with:
Formulae and Tables for Actuarial E
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ST226 2010 Solutions
1.
a) They are actually all the same and equal to 1 (1 + i)n.
b) Since the interest rate is larger than i, everything is more heavily discounted, so A
that has the payments in advance will be the highest and B that has them in
arrears