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Old 01-21-2017, 05:00 PM
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I've had lots of practice questions thrown at me about those topics
and ive also seen about 1/2 questions per practice exam on those topics (and other obscure topics), but my understanding was that those questions were mainly for exposure. merely to give us a sprinkle of everything. not that the topic distributions of those practice exams were realistic.

on the actual exam, some topics will not appear at all.
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So say the study period lasts for one calendar year, and you are calculating mortality for age 70. someone becomes 70 on 3/1 and dies on 10/1. Exact exposure would put e=7, but would actuarial exposure be 10 or 12?
This is the situation I am unclear on as well.
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So say the study period lasts for one calendar year, and you are calculating mortality for age 70. someone becomes 70 on 3/1 and dies on 10/1. Exact exposure would put e=7, but would actuarial exposure be 10 or 12?
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