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This paper introduced a new life time data analysis distribution name three parameters quasi gamma distribution discussed about its some properties including moment generating function, rth moment about origin and mean, mean deviations, reliability measurements, Bonferroni and Lorenz curve, Order statistics, Renyi entropy, also discussed about maximum likelihood method and real-life data applications.


Quasi Gamma, Moments, Reliability measures, Order statistics

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Qaisar Rashid, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, Sargodha

pbs, Statistical Assistant
How to Cite
Rashid, Q., Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Yaseen, Muhammad Uzair, & Muhammad Tariq Jamshaid. (2022). Three Parameters Quasi Gamma Distribution and with Properties and Applications: Three Parameters Quasi Gamma Distribution. Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research, 18(3), 759-773.


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