Yearly Probability of Dying
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- statistical data
- possibility of death
- chances of dying
- life-expectancy data
Definition of Yearly Probability of Dying
- The statistical probability that a person of a given age and gender will die within a year. Used in actuarial science, the yearly probability of science is determined by consulting a mortality table. For example, a 60 year old male has a 1.1% probability of dying within a year, whereas a 75 year old man has a 4.0% probability of dying.
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