# Some generalized growth properties of composite entire and meromorphic functions

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In this paper we wish to prove some results relating to the growth rates of composite entire and meromorphic functions with their corresponding left and right factors on the basis of their generalized order $(\alpha ,\beta )$ and generalized lower order $(\alpha ,\beta )$, where $\alpha $ and $\beta $ are continuous non-negative functions defined on $(-\infty ,+\infty ).$

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