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In this article, we dened a new four-parameter model called Marshall-Olkin extended power Lomax distribution and studied its properties. Limiting distributions of sample maxima and sample minima are derived. The reliability of a system when both stress and strength follows the new distribution is discussed and associated characteristics are computed for simulated data. Finally, utilizing maximum likelihood estimation, the goodness of the distribution is tested for real data.
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