Table 2: US expected age at death projected from life expectancy data 1900–2007. Projecting future mortality ages: US, all races, both sexes, data 1900–2007 and 1980–2007.

From birthFrom age 65

Ages at death
 (1900)49.276.9
 (1980)73.781.4
 (2007)77.983.6
Increase
 (Years: 1900–2007)28.76.7
 (Years: 1980–2007)4.22.2
Increase/year
 (107 years: 1900–2007)0.2680.063
 (27 years: 1980–2007)0.1560.081
Point (Year) of Paradox (where ages of death from birth and from age 65 would be the same) ( = Years to Paradox)
(Projecting from 1900–2007 data—107 years)85.485.4(2035)
 77.9 + 0.268( ) = 83.6 + 0.063( ), = 2007 + (28 years to Paradox [ ])
(Projecting from 1980–2007 data—27 years)89.889.8(2083)
 77.9 + 0.156( ) = 83.6 + 0.081( ), = 2007 + 76 years