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    Identifying the Probability of Insolvency

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    Draw a graph of an insurer's probability distribution for total claim costs, assuming that it has expected claim costs of $500 million. Identify the probability of insolvency if the insurer has assets equal to $750 million.

    Please use a Bell Curve.

    You are supposed to produce a bell shaped curve, depicting the probability and the total claim costs. In the middle of the curve you should the mean. On the right hand side of the curve you should show the area of insolvency.

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    This solution identifies the probability of insolvency.