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Forum: Exam 3/MLC - Actuarial Models 10-27-2017, 11:36 PM
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I did it that way and according to the PAK it...

I did it that way and according to the PAK it appears it wasn’t correct. This and one other where I was certain the right only to find I was overwhelmingly mistaken.
Forum: Exam 3/MLC - Actuarial Models 10-27-2017, 10:59 PM
Replies: 132
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Posted By ngxxx081
I guess what I need to pass exams is just plain...

I guess what I need to pass exams is just plain old common sense... oh well. No, that certainly has merit.
Forum: Exam 3/MLC - Actuarial Models 10-27-2017, 10:40 PM
Replies: 132
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Posted By ngxxx081
I thought for these types of problems you went...

I thought for these types of problems you went with the method that yielded the higher cost of insurance which for this question I determined it to be without corridor factor, which is it might seem...
Forum: Exam 3/MLC - Actuarial Models 10-27-2017, 10:20 PM
Replies: 132
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Posted By ngxxx081
The "simpler" approach to calculating variance of...

The "simpler" approach to calculating variance of an annuity is to look at it in terms of insurance so a_x = [1-A_x]/d; taking the variance of this expression and with a little algebra you get...
Forum: Exam 3/MLC - Actuarial Models 10-27-2017, 10:04 PM
Replies: 132
Views: 22,121
Posted By ngxxx081
It was #3 - one thing I didn't catch at first was...

It was #3 - one thing I didn't catch at first was that you wanted the probability of being alive (healthy OR sick, but NOT dead) at the BEGINNING of t=3 which is the end of t=2. I was calculating...
Forum: Exam 3/MLC - Actuarial Models 10-27-2017, 09:58 PM
Replies: 132
Views: 22,121
Posted By ngxxx081
Most calculators have memory functions with...

Most calculators have memory functions with variables A-E, so toward the end if you have time some candidates might just code in a strings of letters (ie ABECDBE...) and just recall that without...
Forum: Exam 3/MLC - Actuarial Models 10-27-2017, 09:44 PM
Replies: 132
Views: 22,121
Posted By ngxxx081
When I left the exam I felt good on about 17 of...

When I left the exam I felt good on about 17 of the questions; of those and based on the early results I think I can feel good on about 15 of those (2 unfortunately I guess I wasn't thinking straight...
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