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roy14
October 27th 2005, 03:51 AM
Do you know the reason why SOA excluded the Hyperbolic & CFM assumptions in Exam M syllabus? Is this an indication that the Uniform Distribution of Deaths is the best assumption to use for fractional ages among the 3?

Mathguy36
November 1st 2005, 06:20 PM
My guess is that we have enough formulas to memorize/learn for fractional ages. Also, in the workplace, I would think that they use the UDD for fractional ages for that makes the most sense.
Make sure you learn all the other formulas using constant force. Those will be on the exam. (Whole life insurance, Term insurance, Endowment insurance, whole life annuties, etc...)
I'll be so happy if I pass this exam on my first attempt. I'm carrying around waaaaaaaaaay to many notecards.

roy14
November 7th 2005, 12:56 AM
Thanks for your advice :)