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PRMIA Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement :II Exam

Exam Name: Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement :II
Exam Code: Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement :II P R M ?
Related Certification(s):
  • PRMIA Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement Certifications
  • PRMIA Professional Risk Managers PRM Certifications
Certification Provider: PRMIA
Actual Exam Duration: 120 Minutes
Number of Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement :II practice questions in our database: 132 (updated: May. 16, 2024)
Expected Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement :II Exam Topics, as suggested by PRMIA :
  • Topic 1: Describe Rules of algebraic operations
  • Topic 2: Describe various forms of data
  • Topic 3: Explain the concept of differentiation.
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Free PRMIA Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement :II Exam Actual Questions

Note: Premium Questions for Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement :II were last updated On May. 16, 2024 (see below)

Question #1

What can be said about observations of random variables that are i.i.d. a normally distributed?

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Correct Answer: C

Question #2

If a time series has to be differenced twice in order to be transformed into a stationary series, the original series is said to be:

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Correct Answer: B

Question #3

What can be said about observations of random variables that are i.i.d. a normally distributed?

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Correct Answer: C

Question #4

You are to perform a simple linear regression using the dependent variable Y and the independent variable X (Y = a + bX). Suppose that cov(X,Y)=10, var(X)= 5, and that the mean of X is 1 and the mean of Y is 2. What are the values for the regression parameters a and b?

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Correct Answer: D

Question #5

The Newton-Raphson method

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Correct Answer: B


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