# Appendix D

Comparison of actual and expected deaths in the three years 2010‑2012, Australia — males

The expected deaths are the number of deaths under the assumption that the graduated rates are correct. Deviation refers to the difference between the actual and expected number of deaths. Accumulation at age *x* is the sum of the deviations from age 2 to age *x*. Note that this table only covers the ages for which we can calculate an exposed to risk from the Census data.

Comparison of actual and expected deaths in the three years 2010-12, Australia — females

The expected deaths are the number of deaths under the assumption that the graduated rates are correct. Deviation refers to the difference between the actual and expected number of deaths. Accumulation at age *x* is the sum of the deviations from age 2 to age *x*. Note that this table only covers the ages for which we can calculate an exposed to risk from the Census data.

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