You are given the following information about a person aged exactly x: 9x = 0.01, 9x+1 = 0.02, 9x+2…

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You are given the following information about a person aged exactly x:

9x = 0.01,

9x+1 =

0.02,

9x+2 = 0.03

A Term Life Insurance contract with death benefit of 50,000 is set on this life, with a coverage period of n = 3 years. What is

the Expected Present Value of the death benefit, if the annual effective interest rate is 7%? [As usual, a benefit is paid at the

end of the year of death, if death occurs within the coverage period.]

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To calculate the expected present value of the death benefit we need to consider the probabilities o

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