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Tom 09-27-2006 02:57 PM

Done with the exam? Share your Exam 4/C study notes here!
 
You can post your notes online using the upload button after clicking post reply, or you can always email them to me at tom(at)actuarialoutpost.com. If that isn't easy enough, just PM me here and I can send you my fax number or we can work something else out!


Any questions about what/how to post, can be answered here!

Thanks! :wave:

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Buffalo P. Hunter 10-26-2006 08:48 AM

Exam C Notes
 
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See in attachment a decent set of notes for Exam C.

Disclaimer:
i) There may be some typos left
ii) I took the exam in Spring 2006, and I do not know
if these notes fully cover the new syllabus

James Joel 10-26-2006 11:55 AM

WOW!

Thanks Buffalo P. Hunter!

shakeyhands 10-26-2006 01:07 PM

yeah no kidding.

marlie 10-26-2006 02:22 PM

Great job. Thanks!

bonfire 11-08-2006 10:27 PM

This is cool
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Buffalo P. Hunter (Post 1808955)
See in attachment a decent set of notes for Exam C.

Disclaimer:
i) There may be some typos left
ii) I took the exam in Spring 2006, and I do not know
if these notes fully cover the new syllabus

Thank you, brother!

EvanDando 11-08-2006 10:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bonfire (Post 1836090)
Quote:

Originally Posted by Buffalo P. Hunter (Post 1808955)
See in attachment a decent set of notes for Exam C.

Disclaimer:
i) There may be some typos left
ii) I took the exam in Spring 2006, and I do not know
if these notes fully cover the new syllabus

Thank you, brother!

I second that. Thanks. It definitely made for a nice final review.

Ohel Moed 11-27-2006 01:28 PM

I’d like to express my appreciation to “Buffalo Hunter” for the Course C notes he posted.
Also, I may have found a typo:
In the “Nelson-Aalen empirical estimate” section on page 2, are the ranges all correct?
Namely, is x-sub-(j-1) ≤ t correct for the third summation formula?

daaaave 11-27-2006 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Ohel Moed (Post 1858732)
I’d like to express my appreciation to “Buffalo Hunter” for the Course C notes he posted.
Also, I may have found a typo:
In the “Nelson-Aalen empirical estimate” section on page 2, are the ranges all correct?
Namely, is x-sub-(j-1) ≤ t correct for the third summation formula?

It would be better if both occurences of j-1 in the third summation formula were replaced by k. I wouldn't go so far as to say that the formula as written is wrong, but it is somewhat ambigious.

hamstrman 11-27-2006 10:09 PM

My Notes
 
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Here are my notes. Hope everyone finds them helpful! It is from the Fall 2006 sitting, so again it is incomplete... sorry.


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