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    Arbitrage opportunities help

    Just wondering can anyone help with this problem? I'm finding it hard to identify arbitrage opportunities and this is a typical question that gets asked in the exam i'm studying for

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    Hi, I'm starting an internship next month with a life company in Boston, I'll be coming in with just educational experience, just wondering what do you reckon I can expect to do as an intern? The job...
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    uniform distribution of deaths

    Hi, I've an exam on Tuesday and it is very likely I will be asked to prove one of two things, the problem is I don't know how to prove them. Can anyone help me prove that

    b-aqx+a =...
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    two independant poisson processes

    Hi looking for help with this question. If I have two independent poisson processes measuring number of accidents to two different things with intensity lambda1 and lambda 2 respectively and I'm told...
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    If I was asked for the force of mortality for a...

    If I was asked for the force of mortality for a 75 year old would I just get the derivative of t_p_75, sub in 75 for t, then sub in 75 for t in t_p_75 and take the negative ratio of the two figures?
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    Not sure how I can get t_p_75 from this? My...

    Not sure how I can get t_p_75 from this? My attempt, which I'm guessing was wrong, was to say that t_p_75 = (15+t)_p_60 divided by 15_p_60
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    Yeah it basically gives us the survival function...

    Yeah it basically gives us the survival function for a person aged 60 and is asking us to find the function for a person aged 75. It's akin to t_p_x
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    the 60 and 75 are meant to be subscripts beside...

    the 60 and 75 are meant to be subscripts beside the S but I dunno how to write that.
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    Survival model

    Hi, just wondering could I get help with this question.

    In a Survival model S60(t) = (2400-20t-t ^2)/2400

    Calculate S75(t)
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