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In this work, the effects of the extensive air showers (EAS) were described by estimating the lateral distribution function (LDF) at very high energies of various cosmic ray particles. LDF was simulate for charged particles such as the electron andpositron pair production, gamma, muons and all charged particles at very high energies1016, 1018 and 1019eV.The simulation was performed using AIRES air shower simulator system version 2.6.0. The effect of primary particles, energies, thinning energy and zenith angle (θ) on the charged LDF particlesproduced in the EAS was taken into account.The comparison of the estimated LDF of the charged particles such as the electron and positron pair production and muons with the simulated results by Sciutto and experimental results byYakutsk EAS observatory gives good acceptance at 1019eVfor zenith angles 0̊ and 10̊.
Keywords:Extensive air showers;Lateral distribution function; AIRES; Thinning; Fluctuations.