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## 11674: Projected probability of death (per 1000), by sex and age, in 3 alternatives (The 2018 projections) 2018 - 2100

Marianne Tønnessen, Statistics Norway
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Sturla Løkken, Statistics Norway
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Stefan Leknes, Statistics Norway
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Astri Syse, Statistics Norway
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2018-06-26 08:00
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This table presents probabilities of death through age 100. In the modelling itself, we employ these probabilities through age 119. As such, there may be minor discrepancies between the life expectancy estimates presented in Table 11672 and those that may be calculated based on the probabilities of death presented here. Both the probabilities of death and the life expectancy in these tables are assumptions which are used in the modelling process. It may therefore also be minor discrepancies between the probabilities of death presented here and those that may be calculated using the estimated deaths and population counts resulting from the projections.