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Old 04-09-2019, 07:15 PM
CertifiedFailedActuary CertifiedFailedActuary is offline
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Default Is Mathematics of Investment and Credit Sufficient for Studying for FM?

I currently have the seventh edition of Mathematics of Investment of Credit for an actuarial math class I have taken this semester. The class, unfortunately, has been disappointing, focusing on topics not covered until IFM, so the class itself hasn't been too useful for preparing me for FM. However, since I have already purchased this book, and enjoy it, I was pondering the idea of using it solely (possibly purchasing Adapt closer to my planned August test date).

Has anyone used this book to study for FM? Or have any knowledge regarding the book's viability for teaching the material for FM?

Thanks in advance.

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