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The FSA will examine whether the Institute of Actuaries of Japan properly analyze and study the appropriateness of the level of the standard mortality rate in the standard mortality table of life insurance companies.例文帳に追加
日本アクチュアリー会において、生保標準生命表の標準死亡率の水準について、その妥当性の分析・検討が適正に行われているか検証する。 - 金融庁
Probabilities of dying 1 or death probabilities 1 are used to study in detail the mortality of a period or of a cohort. They are the probabilities that an individual of exact age x will die before exact age x + n, and are represented by the symbol nqx . If n = 1, we talk about annual death probabilities 2; if n = 5, about quinquennial death probabilities 3. The instantaneous death rate 4, or as it is occasionally called the force of mortality 4, is the limit of the nqx value as n tends to zero. The complement to one of the probability of dying from exact age x to exact age x + n is the probability of survival 6 over this interval. In the preparation of population projections, we use survival ratios 7; they represent the probability that individuals of the same birth cohort or group of cohorts will still be alive n years later.
- 1. The probability of death between age x and x + n is defined as the ratio of deaths between ages x and x + n to the number of survivors at exact age x. It is not to be confused with the central death rate, the ratio of deaths between ages x and x + n to the mean population alive at that age. The central death rate is written nmx .
- 6. The probability of survival from age x to age x + n is written npx .
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