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# Let X Be The Arithmetic Mean And Y, Z Be The Two Geometric Means Between Any Two Positive Numbers.

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Let two positive numbers be a and b. Then x = (a + b)/2.

Also, a, y, z, b are in G.P. If r is the common ratio of this G.P.,

We have

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