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Actuarial Exam Solutions - CAS 3 Exam - Fall 2005 - provided by Sam Broverman

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  • Actuarial Exam Solutions - CAS 3 Exam - Fall 2005 - provided by Sam Broverman

    Thank you Sam for providing your solutions for CAS Exam 3 to users of our forums. Users may view the problems along with Sam Broverman's solutions.
    Revised - if you downloaded prior to 10:09 am est on 11/8/2005 please see revised file.
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    Last edited by admin; November 8 2005, 10:09 AM.
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    Professor Broverman, in your solution of question 2, you calculate the required probability as 1-.101=.889. However, this difference is .899.

    Your solutions been quite clear thus far. Thanks again.
    act justly. walk humbly. .

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      Fall 2005 CAS 3 #2

      I worked this the long way, but not getting the same answer. For the density function I get 5e^(-5x).
      Then P[Ysub5>1] = int from 1 to inf (5e^-(5x))dx = .0067

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