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adopted afforded Age of 71 age to age ages on admission Amicable annually nominated Annuity assigned data Assurance Societies Assurances comprised Assured Lives average duration Calculus of Finite Calendar Cent CHANCES OF PREMATURE column commencing Committee of Actuaries common logarithms comparison connection with Table consequently decennial deduced from Table denoted equal Equitable Society Finite Differences fractional ages Friendly Societies geometrical progression Gompertz GRADUATED RATIOS indicated inserted integral mortality integral rate Irish Life-Assurance Male population mantissa method Milne mortality experienced mortality prevailing Napierian logarithm nominated by lot number of lives number of persons number of survivors ooooooo+o order of differences original data particular age periods Policies population at large preceding premature death premium present probabilities of living proportions surviving rate of mortality RELATION TO TABLE RELATIVE EXPERIENCE respect of Death Select Lives Table F Table of Mortality termination value of selection VERIFYING THE ASSIGNED Xl Xj year's mortality
Page 2 - It is possible that death may be the consequence of two generally co-existing causes ; the one chance, without previous disposition to death, or deterioration ; the other a deterioration, or an increased inability to withstand destruction.
Page 3 - ... the average exhaustion of a man's power to avoid death to be such that at the end of equal infinitely small intervals of time, he lost equal portions of his remaining power to oppose destruction, which he had at the commencement of these intervals," for which secondary cause the intensity of mortality increases in geometrical progression.
Page x - Farren concludes that the rates of mortality of persons insured, "would not particularly differ from those prevailing among the male population at large, taken indiscriminately without regard to health.
Page xi - Directors that arc thought very eligible at the time, in cases where they are not aware of any specific objection to the life proposed. Besides, it is to be considered that of the number in a Society at any one tune but a small proportion can have been recently admitted, and in a few years from the time of admission the me-wbert will generally have come down to the common arerage of persons of UK same ayes."] Mr.