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Table 7 Derivation of Probability of Dying, Mortality Levels and Reference Period, Southern Nigeria, NDHS 2008

From: Survival probability and predictors for woman experience childhood death in Nigeria: “analysis of north–south differentials”

Age x FP(i) CEB(i) CA(i) CD(i) P(i) D(i) K(i) qx(i) l x(i) ML Ref. P
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
15-19 1 3300 299 276 23 0.0906 0.0769 1.0536 0.0769 0.9231 16.55 2007.7
20-24 2 2964 2057 1839 218 0.6940 0.1060 1.0447 0.1060 0.8940 15.74 2006.7
25-29 3 3109 5662 5045 617 1.8212 0.1090 0.9974 0.1090 0.8910 16.36 2005.2
30-34 5 2273 6904 6140 764 3.0374 0.1107 1.0287 0.1107 0.8893 17.17 2003.4
35-39 10 1965 8537 7413 1124 4.3445 0.1317 1.0891 0.1317 0.8683 16.98 2001.3
40-44 15 1412 7335 6385 950 5.1948 0.1295 1.0712 0.1295 0.8705 17.56 1998.9
45-49 20 1332 7944 6624 1320 5.9640 0.1662 1.0465 0.1662 0.8338 16.51 1996.1
  1. FP(i): Female population; CEB(i): Children ever born; CA(i): Children alive; CD(i): Children dead; P(i): Average parity; D(i): Proportion of children dead; K(i): Multiplier; qx(i): Probability of dying; lx(i): Probability of surviving; ML: Mortality level; Ref. P: Reference period.