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A 30 year old can buy \$25,000 life insurance for \$15/month. If the probability that the 30 year old will die is 0.14% find the insurance companies expected profit for the policy. (I want this in terms of their annual expectation-not monthly expectation)

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EP=15*12*(.9986)-25000*.0014

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