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Old 07-15-2019, 11:22 AM
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Finished reading Bahnemann this weekend. Have to say, 1-4 are definitely harder than 5-6 from how he explains it. Never expected to see Riemann-Stieljes or Fourier approximations on actuarial exams..

This paper seems like a re-hash of loss models, with a couple things added in. The source materials really are pretty solid for this exam, probably the best since 5. Just Fischer left then gonna start making a pass through Mahler.
Fisher is good too.
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