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All insurance is based on a principle called A. cash value coverage. B. premium earnings. C. division of risk. D. investment premiums.
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All insurance is based on a principle called: division of risk.

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Which of the following best describes term life insurance? A. The insured pays a premium for a specified number of years. B. The insured pays the premium until his or her death. C. The insured is covered during his or her entire lifetime. D. The insured can borrow or collect the cash value of the policy.
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The following best describes term life insurance: The insured pays a premium for a specified number of years.
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The following statement accurately describes a theory: It can be changed when new discoveries are made.
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