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mean life

(mēn līf)
The average lifetime of decay of a radioactive atom.
Synonym(s): average life.

mean life

(mēn līf)
The average lifetime of decay of a radioactive atom.
Synonym(s): average life.
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For example, at the start of 1993, newly issued 30-year GNMA 8s were expected to prepay at a speed of around 130 percent PSA with an expected average life of a little more than 10 years.
For such workers with 10 years of service and annual earnings of $45,000, the average life insurance benefit was $32,751.
According to the Taiwan Ministry of the Interior, the average life expectancy on the island is 80, 76.8 for men and 83.4 for women.
Britain performed better than other Western nations including the United States where the average baby born in 2015 could expect to live 79.3 years and Germany where the average life expectancy is 81.
The average life expectancy of males was 65.5 years in 2016 whereas females' life expectancy rate also improved from 67.3 years in 2015 to 67.7 in 2016 and 68.2 years in 2017.
For baby boys, average life expectancy at birth held steady at 76.4 years.
In comparison, average life expectancy for Americans born in 1900 was only 47.
A Liverpool woman aged 65 today can expect to live four years longer than their granddaughter, with an average life expectancy of just over 84.
The study, based on Office for National Statistics data combined with advanced mathematical modelling, suggests that average life expectancy for women will rise from 83.3 in 2012 to 87.6 in 2030.
To get an idea of your life expectancy, measure your waist If your waist measurement is half your height or less, there's no reason you shouldn't live to the average life expectancy (currently 81).
The picture is not much brighter for women, with the average life expectancy for a woman born in Rhondda Cynon Taf 81 years - the second lowest in Wales after Blaenau Gwent.

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