actuarial table


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Noun1.actuarial table - a table of statistical data
table, tabular array - a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"
mortality table - an actuarial table indicating life expectancy and probability of death as a function or age and sex and occupation etc
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As I reflect back, it's worth emphasizing that the lessons I learned from mentors were remarkable for what they weren't --namely, the ins and outs of the financial markets, stock evaluations, or about understanding an actuarial table.
Off-hand tea overtakes the cup underneath the actuarial table
Yet the cell phone has joined the pencil, the exclusionary clause and the actuarial table among the most important tools in the hands of the insurance trade.
This sort of doubled tragedy is occurring with the grim predictability of an actuarial table to newspaper families storied and obscure all over America.
Witness the Federal sentencing guidelines that went into effect in November, under which prison sentences are determined by a kind of actuarial table: a fixed formula based on the nature of the offense (e.g., Was it committed with a gun?) and the offender's previous conviction record.
Compounding the problem are the actuarial table writers who guessed wrong about how many teachers would opt for early retirement.
A valuation table is an official actuarial table that an insurer uses to set reserves.
According to actuarial tables maintained by the Social Security Administration, the life expectancy of a 70-year-old man is 14.30 years -- enough time to serve two terms and move on to physical decline.
Internal data includes the information they collect when writing policies, their historical claim and payout statistics, and the actuarial tables they've built over time.