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The Theory Of Interest, 2nd Edition
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Mitch rated it liked it Sep 05, A number of aspiring actuaries who attempt to pass the second exam Exam FM: If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? The book is a thorough treatment of the mathematical theory and practical applications of compound interest, or mathematics of finance.
The author does not work out the examples in the conceptual way related to the chapter. Novita Olivera rated it really liked it May 20, I would recommend that they refrain from doing so as this text is lucid, the exercises are quite comprehensive, and above all, the occasional examples are rather identical to the problems one can anticipate on the test.
To ask other readers questions about Theory of Interestplease sign up. Had the author actually presented a few examples using different periods such as a year vs. Feb 18, Jomo marked it as to-read. Getting a hardback book at the paperback book price was great! I took Exam FM recently and this is the only text i refered to, and i felt that my preparation was rather complete thanks to a reading of the syllabus material. We don’t even see an example of the simplest kind of interest i.
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This book is highly mediocre, at best. Given that the theory of interest has myriad applications, I find it difficult to understand why s.g.fhe author chose not to use a single example of why a particular topic is relevant to the real world. Aishie Yheen rated it it was amazing Jan 21, Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. It certainly to me makes it obvious where “linear” in linear interpolation comes from. That is, proofs and solutions should spell out all the details not only for clarity, but pedagogically readers also have a reference on which they can base their own solutions or proofs.
David rated it really liked it Oct 08, See our Returns Policy. However, for beginners, this book does a poor job of presenting the imterest of interest. However, the presentation was found wanting. This book is fine for those who have a strong background and are already familiar with the topics treated within. See all free Kindle reading apps. John rated s.the really liked it Feb 08, Bjarki Benjaminsson rated it it was amazing Jan 30, Feb 20, Simon Lee rated it it was amazing. Financial Inteeest For Actuaries.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. When working out examples, the author uses shortcuts to get to his solution with little to no explanation of how the author got the answer, let alone explain the equation of value. Visit our Help Pages. Presents a treatment of the mathematical theory and practical applications of compound interest, or mathematics of finance.