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Some characterizations of a two-parameter Xgamma distribution

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The objective of this paper is establish some new characterization results of a two-parameter Xgamma distribution. We have first established our proposed characterization results by taking a relation between left truncated moment and failure rate function. Then, we have characterized the two-parameter Xgamma distribution by taking a relation between right truncated moment and reversed failure rate function. Finally, we have characterized it by order statistics and record values.
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  • Department of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Faculty of Mathematics, Miami Dade College, Hialeah, FL, USA
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  • Department of Management Sciences, Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ, USA
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