Solutions Manual for Actuarial Mathematics for Life Contingent Risks
- David C. M. Dickson, University of Melbourne
- Mary R. Hardy, University of Waterloo, Ontario
- Howard R. Waters, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
This must-have manual provides solutions to all exercises in Dickson, Hardy and Waters' Actuarial Mathematics for Life Contingent Risks, the groundbreaking text on the modern mathematics of life insurance that is the required reading for the SOA Exam MLC and also covers more or less the whole syllabus for the UK Subject CT5 exam. The more than 150 exercises are designed to teach skills in simulation and projection through computational practice, and the solutions are written to give insight as well as exam preparation. Companion spreadsheets are available for free download to show implementation of computational methods.Read more
- Complete solutions to all exercises in the required text for the Society of Actuaries MLC exam in May 2012
- Solutions designed by authors to facilitate exam preparation
- Companion spreadsheets available online show implementation of computational methods
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- Date Published: June 2012
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- isbn: 9781139335409
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Table of Contents
Solutions for Chapter 1
Solutions for Chapter 2
Solutions for Chapter 3
Solutions for Chapter 4
Solutions for Chapter 5
Solutions for Chapter 6
Solutions for Chapter 7
Solutions for Chapter 8
Solutions for Chapter 9
Solutions for Chapter 10
Solutions for Chapter 11
Solutions for Chapter 12
Solutions for Chapter 13
Solutions for Chapter 14.
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