Mortality Table

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Mortality Table

In actuarial analysis, a table of the likelihood a person of a certain age will die in the next year. This is important in determining one's eligibility for some insurance and annuity plans.
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An insect with better population growth rate in a particular condition does not necessarily mean an efficient predator (Yu et al., 2013).Therefore, predation rate must be considered along with population growth potential in life table under different temperature regimes to assess the efficacy of a particular predator (Chi et al., 2011).
"Therefore, the authority seeks to implement the project for establishing first actuarial life table (death and disability), and also seeks to establish sickness tables for the Egyptian society, to achieve a fair pricing of life insurance premiums," Omran explained.
The validity of estimating the radon ERR of lung cancer mortality from the attributable fraction approach is supported by the results from the attributable fraction approach and the life table analysis for Canada, with PARs of 16.3% (95% CI: 2.6, 32.4) and 14.7% (95% CI: 2.0, 30.0), respectively.
Life table is often a simple method for keeping track of births, deaths, and reproductive output in a population of interest [1, 2].
Culex quinquefasciatus Say: Life table characteristics of adults reared from wild-caught pupae from North West Frontier Province, Pakistan.
Estimate life expectancy of the population using the life table.
Approximations for estimating change in life expectancy attributable to air pollution in relation to multiple causes of death using a cause modified life table. Risk Anal 2015;35:1468-78.
Keywords: Coccinella septempunctata, Mustard aphid, Life table.
With respect to life expectancy, as stated above, Fox-Rushby and Hanson (2001) base their estimation on the United Nations Model Life Table Chilean Pattern for females published in 1982.