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Actuarial Mathematics DC126

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Actuarial Mathematics - DC126

Actuarial Mathematics involves applying the science of chance - probability - to complicated problems encountered every day in insurance and high finance. It is a career suited to those who excel in mathematics and problem solving.

The actuarial profession helps people to manage their exposure to risk and its impact on their lives, property, health or future by using mathematics.

Finance encompasses topics such as economics, accounting, statistics, and investment, all with the focus on managing money efficiently.