Proper Question Attached
The cohort of French women born in 1890 were 28 years old when, at the end of World War I, the influenza pandemic of 1918 struck. With a radix of l0 = 100,000, cohort deaths were 27d0 = 29,006, 1d27= 512, 1d28 = 1,052, 1d29 = 439, and 1d30 = 405. Find 1qx for x = 27, 28, and 29. If the cohort’s actual initial size was 409,907, how many excess deaths did the cohort suffer in 1918, compared to the average of 1917 and 1919?
Find the TFR, GRR, and NRR from the data in Table 4.6 (page 97) of the textbook. The radix is 1000. What is the ratio of the GRR to the NRR?