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We present certain characterizations of a recently introduced distribution (Afify et al., 2014), called Transmuted Complementary Weibull Geometric distribution based on: hazard function ; a simple relation between two truncated moments. We like to mention that the characterization which is expressed in terms of the ratio of truncated moments is stable in the sense of weak convergence. It does not require a closed form for the cumulative distribution function and serves as a bridge between a first order differential equation and probability.
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