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Old 08-18-2016, 05:06 PM
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According to this image, studying women is pretty much the same thing as Physics:




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Personally, I think the M.S. matters and if it doesn't matter to the actuarial community it should matter somewhere. As long as you learned something while getting it, I can't imagine you being worse off for having it.

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If a MS is good, then 3 Masterses must be 3 times as good?
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If a MS is good, then 3 Masterses must be 3 times as good?
I believe it's exponential, so like 27 times as good.
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It's non-linear. marginal benefit is positive until you hit 3 but it goes back up once you hit 8.
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I see an error . . .
me too. There is no probability theory involved and we all know that women have stochastic emotions.
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me too. There is no probability theory involved and we all know that women have stochastic emotions.
Not entirely stochastic, there is a degree of periodicity involved.
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Not entirely stochastic, there is a degree of periodicity involved.


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ASM does not have a discussion of stimulation, but considering how boring the manual is, maybe it would be a good idea.
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My economics VEE taught me something about opportunity costs, Mr Riley?
Are you asking me a question? If so, I'm not sure how you could learn much from a CLEP exam.

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smart people do 3 masterses and then qualify in 2 years. that's a fact
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