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what is the geometric mean of 3 and 7?

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To find the mean of something, you add the terms and then divide by the amount of them. So, they equal 10 and there are two of them. 10/2 = 5. The mean should be 5.
Square root of product
I thought I multiply the two and find the square root?

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I repeat Square root of product
Don't listen to me... O_O I may very well be wrong.
so I should square root 21?
Yes
but that just gets a weird number
If it was 3 numbers, then cube root of 3 multiplied together....
ah i see
It's just a different kind of average....
So would I do something like 2*square root of the product?
Nope, just sqrt 21, that's the GM
so I just leave it at square root 21?
Yup
why's that?
What do you mean?
why do i leave it at \[\sqrt{21}\] ?
Is there something wrong with sqrt 21 ?
don't I have to actually sqaure root it and make it X *\[\sqrt{X}\]
or something like that?
I don't understand, the square root of 21 is roughly 4.5825, unless you are asked to give a decimal approximation, just leave it as sqrt 21
oh ok thanks
ur welcome

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