anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the geometric mean of 7 and 9. A. 2004-04-01-01-00_files/i0220000.jpg B. 2004-04-01-01-00_files/i0220003.jpg C. 2004-04-01-01-00_files/i0220001.jpg D. 2004-04-01-01-00_files/i0220002.jpg
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anonymous
  • anonymous
um.... What are the answer choices?
anonymous
  • anonymous
a. 3 square root of 7 b. square root of 70 c.6 square root of 2 d. 63
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
So if you do the math you end up with \[\sqrt{63}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
And do you know what the squareroot of 63 is??
anonymous
  • anonymous
And no its not D
anonymous
  • anonymous
7.9
anonymous
  • anonymous
(not sure of the actuall name) but you have to tree factor since you cant end up with a decimal
anonymous
  • anonymous
geometric mean of n numbers is given by \[G_{n}=(a_{1} \times a_{2} \times a_{3} \times ..... \times a_{n})^{\frac{1}{n}}\] for 2 numbers, \[G_{2}=(a_{1} \times a_{2})^{\frac{1}{2}}=\sqrt{a_{1}a_{2}}\]
anonymous
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im still lost

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