Abridged Life Table, White Male Michigan Residents, 2014
Age nqx lx ndx nLx Tx ex
0-1 .00620 100,000 620 99,459 7,635,055 76.351
1-5 .00091 99,380 90 397,291 7,535,596 75.826
5-10 .00042 99,290 42 496,338 7,138,305 71.893
10-15 .00080 99,248 80 496,092 6,641,967 66.923
15--20 .00295 99,168 292 495,214 6,145,875 61.974
20-25 .00583 98,876 576 493,027 5,650,661 57.149
25-30 .00721 98,300 709 489,781 5,157,634 52.468
30-35 .00854 97,591 834 485,903 4,667,853 47.831
35-40 .00896 96,757 867 481,713 4,181,950 43.221
40-45 .01343 95,890 1,287 476,398 3,700,237 38.588
45-50 .01754 94,603 1,659 469,145 3,223,839 34.078
50-55 .02799 92,944 2,602 458,693 2,754,694 29.638
55-60 .04343 90,342 3,924 442,439 2,296,001 25.415
60-65 .05985 86,418 5,172 419,787 1,853,562 21.449
65-70 .08439 81,246 6,856 390,054 1,433,775 17.647
70-75 .12833 74,390 9,546 349,549 1,043,721 14.030
75-80 .20447 64,844 13,259 292,757 694,172 10.705
80-85 .32059 51,585 16,538 219,171 401,415 7.782
85+ 1.00000 35,047 35,047 182,244 182,244 5.200


Note: Life expectancy is a hypothetical calculation of the average age at death for a cohort of persons subject to the age-specific mortality rates observed over a given time period.

Life Table Values are:

nqx = The proportion of persons in the cohort alive at the beginning of an age interval (x) who will die before reaching the end of that age interval (x+n).
lx = The number of persons living at the beginning of an age interval (x) out of an original cohort of 100,000.
ndx = The number of persons who would die during an age interval (x to x+n) out of an original cohort of 100,000.
nLx = The number of person-years that would be lived within an indicated age interval (x to x+n) out of an original cohort of 100,000 alive for all or part of the interval.
Tx = The number of person-years that would be lived after the beginning of an age interval (x) by an original cohort of 100,000 until all are assumed to have died.
ex = The average remaining lifetime (in years) for an individual person who survives to the beginning of an indicated age interval (x).
Source: Michigan Resident Death Files, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services; Population Estimate (latest update 9/2014), National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Census Populations With Bridged Race Categories .