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Survival Function Inferences
Observe the following problem:
I know that the survival function is clearly a decreasing function of x and t, and an increasing function of gamma, but I'm not sure what else they could possibly want? Am I missing something here? How would you answer the question? This is from "Actuarial Mathematics and LifeTable Statistics" by Eric V. Slud by the way. 
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S(n+f) = 1p{n1+f} 1p{n2+f} ... 1pf fp0 and use the formula for 1px.
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You're right, I see it now. Thank you.

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