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In this work, we introduce a new extension of the Frhet distribution. A set of the mathematical and statistical properties have been derived. The estimation of the parameters is carried out by considering the different method of estimation. The performances of the proposed estimation methods are studied by Monte Carlo simulations. The potentiality of the proposed model has been analyzed through two data sets. The weighted least square method is the best method for modelling breaking stress data, the least square method is the best method for modelling strengths data, however all other methods performed well for both data sets. On the other hand, the new model gives the best fits among all other fitted extensions of the Frhet models to these data. So, it could be chosen as the best model for modeling breaking stress and strengths real data.
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