AMS Chelsea Publishing 1967; 368 pp; hardcover Volume: 200 Reprint/Revision History: first AMS printing 2000 ISBN10: 0821821032 ISBN13: 9780821821039 List Price: US$47 Member Price: US$42.30 Order Code: CHEL/200.H
 In the year 1716 Abraham de Moivre published his Doctrine of Chances, in which the subject of Mathematical Probability took several long strides forward. A few years later came his Treatise of Annuities. When the third (and final) edition of the Doctrine was published in 1756 it appeared in one volume together with a revised edition of the work on Annuities. It is this latter twovolumesinone that is presented here in an exact photographic reprint, with a series of problems of progressive interest, followed by full solutions and an afterword by H.M. Walker. Table of Contents  The introduction
 Solutions of several sorts of problems, deduced from the rules laid down in the introduction
A treatise of annuities on lives  Part I. Containing the rules and examples
 Part II. Containing the demonstrations of some of the principal propositions in the foregoing treatise
 Explaining the rules of combined lives
 Containing the demonstration of the rules given in problems 4th and 5th, for determining the value of longest life
 Containing the demonstration of what has been said concerning reversions, and the value of one life after one or more lives
 Containing the demonstration of what has been asserted in the solution of the 10th and 29th problems
 Containing the demonstration of what has been said concerning successive lives in the solution of prob. XIII
 Containing the demonstration of what has been asserted in the 32d and 33d problems concerning half yearly payments
 As also the investigation of some theorems relating to that subject
 Containing the demonstration of what has been said concerning the probabilities of survivorship
 Serving to render the solutions in this treatise more general, and more correct
 Appendix
 Abraham de Moivre by Helen M. Walker
