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The present study propounded an improved class of estimators using multi-auxiliary information in successive sampling at both the design and the estimation stages. The proposed method is an extension of the work by Tankou and Dharmadhikari (1989) in successive sampling. The present study is compared with the work carried out by Olkin (1958). The numerical illustration is carried out to show the performance of the proposed strategy.
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