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amy002
October 14th 2009, 12:36 AM
I'm trying to find A bar 30:angle10 (10 year endowment insurance providing the death benefit at age 30)
assuming De Moivre's survival function with w(omega)=100 and i=0.10

to find A bar 30:angle10, is it right to integrate v^t t_p_x m_x(t) from n to 0?
where v is (1/1.10) and x = 30 and n =10?
also what would i plug in for t and m_x(t)?....

I'm so lost....

I would appreciate any help..

NoMoreExams
October 14th 2009, 12:44 AM
I'm trying to find A bar 30:angle10 (10 year endowment insurance providing the death benefit at age 30)
assuming De Moivre's survival function with w(omega)=100 and i=0.10

to find A bar 30:angle10, is it right to integrate v^t t_p_x m_x(t) from n to 0?
where v is (1/1.10) and x = 30 and n =10?
also what would i plug in for t and m_x(t)?....

I'm so lost....

I would appreciate any help..

integral(v^t * t_p_x * mu_x(t) dt from 0 to n) will give you n-year term life. Is that what you want?

You don't plug anything in for t... you are integrating with respect to t... as far as mu_x(t)... what's the hazzard rate for de Moivre?

amy002
October 14th 2009, 12:48 AM
I'm trying to find the acturial present value of a 10 year endowment providing death benefit at the age 30.....

NoMoreExams
October 14th 2009, 12:50 AM
I'm trying to find the acturial present value of a 10 year endowment providing death benefit at the age 30.....

Right so what does endowment insurance = ?