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“…Under different sample sizes and different datasets, we notice from the data given in Tables 1, 2, 3, and 4 that the proposed estimator of a finite population mean using two auxiliary variables is always more efficient than the estimators AD , KC , MS , and RE . Although the expressions of the estimators reported by Abu-Dayyeh et al, Kadilar and Cingi, and Malik and Singh are different, we note from the comparative study above that the minimum MSE values for the estimators reported by Abu-Dayyeh et al [7], Kadilar and Cingi [8], and Malik and Singh [9] are equal and have same expression. The regression estimator has a smaller MSE value than the three estimators noted above.…”

confidence: 77%

“…Under different sample sizes and different datasets, we notice from the data given in Tables 1, 2, 3, and 4 that the proposed estimator of a finite population mean using two auxiliary variables is always more efficient than the estimators AD , KC , MS , and RE . Although the expressions of the estimators reported by Abu-Dayyeh et al, Kadilar and Cingi, and Malik and Singh are different, we note from the comparative study above that the minimum MSE values for the estimators reported by Abu-Dayyeh et al [7], Kadilar and Cingi [8], and Malik and Singh [9] are equal and have same expression. The regression estimator has a smaller MSE value than the three estimators noted above.…”

confidence: 77%

“…We compared the MSE of the proposed estimator with two auxiliary variables given in (27) with the MSE of the estimator reported by Abu-Dayyeh et al [7], as given in (4), Kadilar and Cingi [8], as given in (8), Malik and Singh [9], as given in (12), and the regression estimator, as given in (17), as follows:…”

confidence: 99%

“…Using information on two auxiliary variables several modified ratio estimators have been proposed by linking together ratio estimators, product estimators and regression estimators in order to find better results. For a more detailed discussion on the ratio estimator and its modifications using two auxiliary variables , one may refer to Lu and Yan [16], Lu et al [17], Al-Hossain and Khan [6], Subramani and Prabavathy [34], Lu [15], Khare et al [14], Perri [20], Kadilar and Cingi [11] and [12], Singh and Tailor [24] and [25], Abu-Dayyeh et al [5], Srivastava and Jhajj [28], Srivastava [27], Raj [21] and Olkin [19].…”

confidence: 99%