On the Value of Annuities and Reversionary Payments: With Numerous Tables, Volume 1

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Baldwin and Cradock, 1843
 

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Page 228 - A. diminished by the value of an annuity on the joint lives of A.
Page 84 - What is the interest of $ 81, for 2 years 14 days, at £ per cent. ? £ per cent. ? £ per cent. ? 2 per cent. ? 3 per cent. ? 4£ per cent. ? 5 per cent. ? 6 per cent. ? 7 per cent. ? 7£ per cent. ? 8 per cent. ? 9 per cent. ? 10 per cent.
Page 541 - It shows the present value of $ 1 to be received at the end of...
Page xxi - the difference between the " probabilities of life among males and/e" males, in favour of the latter." from the account in p. 95, it appears, that at NORTHAMPTON, though more males are born than females, and nearly the same number die; yet the number of living females is greater than the number of males, in the proportion of 2301 to 1770, or 39 to 30. This cannot be accounted for...
Page xxi - ... inhabitants." In April, 1796, another survey of the pop. was made, under the direction of the Editors of the Hist, of Cumberland, and it appeared the two before-named parishes contained 1587 houses ; 2616 families ; 10,289 inhabitants. In 1797 was pub., An Abridgment of Obs. on the B. of Mort, of Carlisle for the Year 1779 to the Year 1787 inclusive. And also a Catalogue of Cumberland Animals.
Page xxi - One obvious reason of this fact is, that males are more subject to untimely deaths, by accidents of various kinds, and also, in general, more addicted to the excesses and irregularities which shorten life. But this is by no means the only reason...
Page 145 - B are to enjoy it equally during their joint lives ; if A dies first, then B and C are to enjoy it equally during their joint lives, and the survivor of them is to have the whole; but if B dies first, then A is to enjoy the whole during his life, and after his decease it is to devolve wholly to C : To find the value of their respective shares.
Page 146 - A is to enjoy the whole annuity during his life ; but after his decease it is to be divided equally between B and C during their joint lives ; and the survivor of them is to have the whole : To find the value of their respective shares.
Page 3 - Discdunt is an allowance made for the payment of a sum of money before it becomes due, according to a certain rate per cent, agreed on between the parties concerned. The present worth of any...
Page 170 - I/, to be received at the end of the year in which the life fails (the year being supposed to commence with the.

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