A mortality table, also known as a life table or actuarial table, shows the rate of deaths occurring in a defined population during a selected time interval, or survival rates from birth to death. A mortality table typically shows the general probability of a person’s death before their next birthday, based on their current age. These tables are typically used in order to inform the construction of insurance policies and other forms of liability management.
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