That depends on your age and health. Also, the amount of life insurance coverage will affect your cost per thousand for the policy.
The insurer will also take into account your personal risk factors when determining your rate, including your family health history, occupation, hobbies, lifestyle, if you smoke or not, your driving record, height-to-weight ratio, etc.
Basically, your longevity, age health and amount of life insurance will factor heavily into the rate you pay per thousand for your annual renewable term life policy.
Before comparing plans consider a 5 and 10 year level term life insurance policy, too.
Your life insurance needs may change over time, and of you find you need life insurance longer than a few years, it may be more affordable to lock-in a low rate for a longer term.
With an annual renewable term life policy your cost will increase each year, if you choose to renew the life insurance. Whereas, with a 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 year level term policy, your rate for life insurance remains level for the entire term of your policy.