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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

what is the exact value of the geometric mean between 6 and 18? and how do you find it?

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  1. radar
    • 5 years ago
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    Geometric mean is equal to the nth root of the product of n data points. In this case we have 2 data points (6 and 18). mean=sq root of the product((6)(18)) sq root of (108). Simplifying, answer is 6(sq root)

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    Geometric mean is equal to the nth root of the product of n data points. In this case we have 2 data points (6 and 18). mean=sq root of the product((6)(18)) sq root of (108). Simplifying, answer is 6(sq root) 3

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