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RightModal Curve 

Also referred to as an "RCurve". A form of deterioration model that uses probability distribution curves to make asset management forecasts. One of four broad classes of Iowa Curves, as follows:
Attributes: Listed below are some the key attributes of RightModal curves:
Examples Listed below are some examples of some assets that are generally considered to be rightmodal:

Fig. Generic rightmodal survivor curve (negative skewness). Fig. Three performance classes along a rightmodal survivor curve (left) and rightmodal curves to order1, order2 and order3 (right). Fig. Comparison of a rightmodal survivor curve (shown in "green') and a leftmodal survivor curve (shown in "blue"). 

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Fig. I. Care is trying to connect the dots to reveal the patterns in the data that underpin his assets. 
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