Q: What is the geometric mean of 242 and 8?

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Geometric mean of 2 and 8 = sqrt(2*8) = sqrt(16) = 4

To calculate the geometric mean multiply the numbers together and take the nth root (where n is the number of numbers). geometric mean of 8 & 7 is: √(8 x 7) = √56 ~= 7.48

For two numbers, the geometric mean is the sort of their product. Note I use * to mean multiply So here GM= sqrt (128*8) = sqrt (1024) =32

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The geometric mean of any two numbers a and b is defined as sq root of ab. In this instance, 44.

The geometric mean of 8 is: 8.0

The geometric mean of 162 and 8 is the square root of their product, which is โ(162*8) = โ1296 = 36. So, the geometric mean is 36.

Geometric mean of 32 and 8 = sqrt(32*8) = 16

Geometric mean of 8 and 16 is: 11.313708498984761 Look at link: "Calculation of the geometric mean of two numbers".

The geometric mean is 9.798 as the square root of 8 times 12. Scroll down to related links and look for more on "geometric mean".

The geometric mean of 338 and 8 is: 52.0

sqrt(8*15) is the geometric mean. sqrt(120)=2*sqrt(30)

Geometric mean = √(2 x sqrt(8)) = 2.37841 (rounded)

The geometric mean of two numbers is the square root of their product. 18 x 8 = 144. The square root of 144 is 12. The geometric mean of 18 and 8 is 12.

Geometric mean of two numbers is the square root of their product so sqrt(8*50) = sqrt(400) = 20

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