1 edition of **account of the number of persons dying at the several ages undermentioned for ten years past (i.e. from 1728 with other demographic tables).** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1738**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Includes A table shewing the probabilities of life by observations made from the bills of mortality in London, by John Smart.

Contributions | Smart, John. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 1 sheet |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL20270591M |

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Given a list of people with their birth and end years (all between and ), find the year with the most number of people alive. Here is my somewhat brute-force solution: def most_populated. Ten years ago, the total age of the family is years. Seven years ago, (Just before the death of the first person), the total age of the family would have been +8*3 = +24 = This is because, in 3 years, every person in the family would have aged by 3 years, Total change in age = +24 = After the death of one member, the total age is = years.

Question Detail. The ages of two persons differ by 20 years. If 5 years ago, the elder one be 5 times as old as the younger one, their present ages (in years) are respectively. 20,20; Ten years ago, P was half of Q in age. If the ratio of their present ages is , what will be the total of their present ages. A) the frequency of past outcomes. B) subjective probability. C) knowledge of all possible outcomes. D) tossing a coin. Answer: B. Diff: 0. Topic: Degree of Risk. 2) If there people in your age bracket, and 10 of them died last year, an insurance company believes that the probability of someone in that age bracket dying this year.

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COMPLETE. Laid in is the rarely-encountered folio broadside "An Account of the Number of Persons Dying at the Several Ages Undermentioned for Ten Years Past", printed in or (from which we learn, for example, that of children born alive, only survived to age 9). Start studying Death and Dying exam 1.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. life prolonging technology past "when you're dead, you're dead" life prolonging technology present the estimated number of years remaining in a persons life at a particular time.

longevity. the average number of years. During the past 30 years or so, the number of years of potential life lost (YPLL) as a result of alcohol-related highway fatalities: A. has increased B. has decreased C. has remained stable D. has fluctuated wildly and randomly from year to year E.

remains unknown. The ages of two persons differ by 16 years. 6 years ago, the elder one was 3 times as old as the younger one. What are their present ages of the elder person. Present ages of two persons differ by 35 years.

3 years later, elder one would be times as old as younger one. The difference between the ages of two persons is 15 years. Ten years ago, the ages of the members of a joint family of eight people added up to years.

Three years later, one member died at the age of 60 years and a child was born during the same year. After another three years, one more member died, again at 60, and a child was born during the same year. Question One man is three times as old as another.

Fifteen years ago the first was six times as old as the second. Find their ages now. Answer by josmiceli() (Show Source). Very interesting book if you work with any sort of historical records. I am currently entering cemetery data into a computer.

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29) The sum of the ages of two ships is 12 years. Two years ago, the age of the older ship was three times the age of the newer ship. Find the present age of each ship.

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Fifteen years ago the first was six times as old as the second. Find their ages now. Financial Fitness. Description. N/A. Total Cards. Subject. What is the “probability of living” plus the “probability of dying” for any individual.

Term. Using the table, what is the probability of death during one year for a man 35 to 44 years of age. Hint: Use the entry divided byDefinition.

Term. Which. Let the present age of the son be =x years Present age of father will be. =5x years Two years ago, son's age was = x-2 years And father's age was = 5x -2 years Solving the equation: (x-2)(x-2) +(5x-2)(5x-2) = x^2 +x +25x^.

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One volume will appear every year, which will be sent out free to subscribers, but which can also be purchased by non-subscribers as a. Let the man's age be y and his son's age be x, y = 3x (equation 1) (y - 9)×(x - 9) = xy - 9y - 9x + 81 = (equation 2) Put y as 3x in equation 2 3x² - 27x - 9x - 39 = 0 3x² - 36x - 39 = 0 Divide through by 3 x² - 12x - 13 = 0 x² + x - 13x.

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Though time has spread nineteen hundred years between the people of this generation and the mockers at His crucifixion, He still lives. The present ages of younger one and elder one are 14 years and 30 years respectively.

Explanation: Given: Ages of two persons differ by 16 years. If 6 years ago the elder one will be three times as older as the younger one. To find: Present ages of them. Soultion: Let the age of elder one be x years. Let the age of the younger one be y years.This means the age of son was –5/3 years before two years.

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