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Geometric Mean (2, 40) = sqrt(2*40) = sqrt(80) = sqrt(16*5) = 4*sqrt(5) = 8.944 (approx).

Q: What is the geometric mean of 2 and 40?

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1.The Geometric mean is less then the arithmetic mean. GEOMETRIC MEAN < ARITHMETIC MEAN 2.

Geometric Mean of A and B is the square root of A times B, in this case sqrt 1600 which is 40

sqrt(32*2) sqrt(64) 8

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

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If, by geometric number (?) you mean geometric mean, then the answer is 40.

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The geometric mean of two numbers a and b can be calculated with the formula: 5x8=40 The square root of 40 = 6.325

The geometric mean of 2 and 22 is 6.63324958071

The Geometric mean of 18 and 2 is 6.

1.The Geometric mean is less then the arithmetic mean. GEOMETRIC MEAN < ARITHMETIC MEAN 2.

Assuming that you mean the geometric average, the answer is 40.It's simply the square root (the 1/2 power, because there are 2 numbers) of 32 times 50 (1600).

Geometric mean of 2 and 12 is 4.898979485566356. Look at link: "Calculation of the geometric mean of two numbers".

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geo. mean=√(5x320)=√1600=40

40! I think its 40 because when you multiply 32*50 = 1,600 = 40! find the square root of 1600 and you should get 40!