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1. ## Thread: Poisson Mixture problem

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### Poisson Mixture problem

Nov 2000 #13
A claim count distribution can be expressed as a mixed Poisson distribution. The mean of the Poisson distribution is uniformly distributed over the interval [0,5].
Calculate the...
2. ## Thread: Exam C LER question (confused)

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### Exam C LER question (confused)

Question: An insurance coverage has an ordinary deductible of 500. Losses follow a Pareto distribution with parameters alpha= 3, theta= 1000.

Calculate the excess of the loss elimination ratio...
3. ## Thread: ASM C/4 Study Manual For Sale

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### Do you still have the manual?

Do you still have the manual?

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5. ## Thread: BA II Plus calculator is giving me wrong answers for TVM

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### BA II Plus calculator is giving me wrong answers for TVM

Here is an example, i want to fidn out PV of N=8, i/y=8,...

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### SAP training

Do actuaries ever use SAP software? Is it worth doing SAP training
7. ## Thread: Asset matching question

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### i disagree, the face value of the bonds might be...

i disagree, the face value of the bonds might be different.
Set it up like this
Face value of bond 1= x
Face value of Bond 2=y

at t=1
10,000 = 1.04x +0.06y

at t=2
10,000=1.06y
8. ## Thread: What's wrong (2)

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### There is another easy way to do it Formular for...

There is another easy way to do it
Formular for write up
P<C
(Ci-Fr)V^n-t+1

Formular for write down
P>C
(Fr-Ci)V^n-t+1

This is kind of similar to the principal repaid on a loan. It also...
9. ## Thread: Preliminary results for MFE and MLC

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### Preliminary results for MFE and MLC

I was wondering if you get an instant pass or fail message for Exam MFE and MLC
10. ## Thread: immediate annuity question clarification

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### immediate annuity question clarification

At an effective annual interest rate i, you are given
(1) the present value of an annuity immediate with annual payments of 1 for n years is 40
(2) the present value of an annuity immediate with...
11. ## Thread: Like New ASM Manual for FM (9th Edition)

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### Hey how much do you want for it

Hey how much do you want for it
12. ## Thread: The basics of annuity theory

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### The basics of annuity theory

For a given positive integer n, it is known that an (present value at n)= n − 4 andforce of interest = 10%. Find intergral of (at(present value at t)) dt with limits 0 to n
i am completely blank on...
13. ## Thread: Varying interest of an annuity

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### Varying interest of an annuity

Fund A pays interest of 4% on all money deposited in the first 5 years and 5% on all money deposited thereafter. Fund B pays interest of 4% during the first 5 years and 5% thereafter without regard...

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### perpetuity question

A perpetuity paying 1 at the beginning of each 6-month period has a present value of 20 . A second perpetuity pays X at the beginning of every 2 years. Assuming the same annual effective interest...
15. ## Thread: defered annuity problem 2

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### i am terribly sorry guys, i spent like 2 hours...

i am terribly sorry guys, i spent like 2 hours referring to answers of the wrong section. sohpmalvin your answer is correct. But there is still one thing i don't understand why are there 3 payments...
16. ## Thread: defered annuity problem 2

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### Now, you can think in this way: There are 12...

Now, you can think in this way: There are 12 (starting from Z+1 to Z+11) years with 4 payments each. So, there should be 4*11= 44 payments. Remember year Z. There are 3 more payments.

Isn't Z...
17. ## Thread: defered annuity problem 2

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### defered annuity problem 2

Payments of \$100 per quarter are made from June 7, Z through
December 7, Z + 11, inclusive. If the nominal interest convertible quarterly is 6%:
(a) Find the present value on September 7, Z − 1.
...
18. ## Thread: Deferred Annuity problem

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### Deferred Annuity problem

I was browsing through the syllabus and noted that the syllabus does not say anything about Deferred Annuity. It's kind of strange that this is not in the syllabus. Can anyone clarify me on this issue
19. ## Thread: nnual nominal interest rate convertible monthly problem

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### which calculator would u recommend me to buy

which calculator would u recommend me to buy
20. ## Thread: nnual nominal interest rate convertible monthly problem

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### is there a way i can do it without a financial...

is there a way i can do it without a financial calculator? what about using interpolation
21. ## Thread: nnual nominal interest rate convertible monthly problem

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### do you have any hints

do you have any hints
22. ## Thread: nnual nominal interest rate convertible monthly problem

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### nnual nominal interest rate convertible monthly problem

For 10,000, Kelly purchases an annuity−immediate that pays 400 quarterly for the next 10 years.Calculate the annual nominal interest rate convertible monthly earned by Kelly’s investment.

This...
23. ## Thread: Ordinary Annuity accumulated value question

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### Ordinary Annuity accumulated value question

To accumulate 8000 at the end of 3n years, deposits of 98 are made at the end of each of the first n years and 196 at the end of each of the next 2n years. The annual effective rate of interest is i....