life table

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life table

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(Insurance) another name for mortality table
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where Rs is the crude rate of the standard population, D is the total number of deaths in the observed population, Rsi is the age-specific death rate in age interval i in the standard population, and Pi is the population of age interval i in the observed population (5,6).
The book is divided into four parts: entries of issues studied by demographers, such as age-specific death rate, baby boom, diaspora, life expectancy, etc.
The expected number of deaths was derived from the standard age-specific death rate and multiplied by the local population of that age group.
The NCHS reports the age-adjusted death rate and age-specific death rate per 100,000 population (2000 standard) for selected causes of death from 1900 to 2003.
The age-specific death rate decreased significantly among persons 45-54 (p<0.
We assumed a constant inflow of newborns and an age-specific death rate.
80 years of age through 85th birthday, 85+), which allowed us to program the age-specific death rate and track the aging of cohorts with relative accuracy.
The three states with the lowest observed death rates for each age group-specific cause of death category were then selected and their death rates averaged to calculate a lowest average age-specific death rate for each cause of death.
Workers aged 25-34 years accounted for the largest number of occupational injury deaths, and workers aged [greater than or equal to]65 years had the highest age-specific death rate (Table 1).
Approximately 500 child occupants died each year during the study period; the average annual age-specific death rate was 2.