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The person who receives annuity is called __________.

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The person who receives annuity is called annuitant.

Concept: Annuity
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Chapter 2: Insurance and Annuity - Miscellaneous Exercise 2 [Page 29]

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Balbharati Mathematics and Statistics 2 (Commerce) 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 2 Insurance and Annuity
Miscellaneous Exercise 2 | Q 2.05 | Page 29

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C = ₹ 20,000, n = 3, I = 0.1, (1.1)–3 = 0.7513

Therefore, P = `square/0.1 xx [1 - (1 + 0.1)^square]`

= 2,00,000 [1 – 0.7513]

= ₹ `square`


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Period, n = 20, r = 5%, (1.025)20 = 1.675

A = `"C"/"I" [(1 + "i")^"n" - 1]`

I = `5/200` = `square` as interest is calculated semi-annually

A = 10,00,000 = `"C"/"I" [(1 + "i")^"n" - 1]`

10,00,000 = `"C"/0.025 [(1 + 0.025)^square - 1]`

= `"C"/0.025 [1.675 - 1]`

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= 4 × 1

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⇒ P' = `(C(1 + i))/i [1 - (1 + i)^-n]`

⇒ P' = `(square(1 + square))/0.04 [1 - (square + 0.04)^-square]`

= `(2000(square))/square [1 - (square)^-4]`

= 50,000`(square)`[1 – 0.8548]

= ₹ 7,550.40


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