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according to Monsieur accrue aforesaid age of 20 age of 35 alive annual sum cafe cent compound interest computing the values consequently COROLL deceased purchasers decrements diminishing the national duration of human employed end of 30 expression fame age fame annuity fifth column future payment geometrical progression given age given number given sum grantor grants greater half-yearly interest of money intitled to receive joint lives less life-annuitants manner million of pounds Moivre's Hypothesis Monsieur de Parcieux's national debt number of persons original number paid Parcieux's table payable perpetual annuities persons living persons represented pound sterling pounds per annum preceeding present value publick creditors quantity rate of interest redeemed remote annuity remote life-annuity savings second companions second term Sinking Fund Smart's sum of money supposed supposition surviving purchasers table of probabilities term of 60 true value values of annuities values of life-annuities
Page 23 - 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 35 - And if they lend their money to tradesmen of their acquaintance, as they sometimes do, it happens not unfrequently that their creditor becomes a bankrupt, and the money they had trusted him with is lost for ever ; which discourages others of them from saving...
Page 18 - Villages as furnifli him nearly an equal number of Lives : and his care and accuracy in that performance have been fuch as to merit the high approbation of the learned Editor. It was therefore propofed to add this Table to the reft ; after having purged its numbers of the inequalities that...
Page 3 - Tranfaftions, page 326) and is faid to have been formed from certain tables of affignable annuities for lives in Holland, which had been kept there for 125 years, and in which the ages of the feveral perfons dying in that period had been truly entered. And
Page xxvii - Finland (latitude 59° 48' to 61° 30'). Central Finland (latitude 61° 30" to 64°). Northern Finland (latitude 64" to 68°). 10 years.. . 20 years. .. 30 years. . 40 years.. 50 years.. 60 years. . 70 years.. 80 years.. 90 years. 100 years 110 years 120 years 130 years 140 years 150 years 160 years 170 years 180 years 190 years 200 years .. Cubic feet. Stand per acre. Annual