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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Transmutation Of The Two Parameters-Rayleigh Distribution On The Effect Of Physical Training On Age-Related Reduction Of GH Secretion During Exercise In Normally Cycling Women

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M. Kaliraja, K. Perarasan, Vimala Subramanian



Rayleigh distribution, Mathematical tools, Growth hormone, Physical training.



Several life-time data are investigated using statistical analysis based on a respective statistical distribution. However, many of the life time data are still needed an attention in favour of statistical view. In this paper, we have employed a Transmuted Two Parameters Rayleigh Distribution to offer the mathematical elucidation for the effect of physical training on age-related reduction of GH secretion during exercise in normally cycling women.



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