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the mean of n numbers expressed as the n-th root of their product

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TABLE 1 Geometric Means Annual Geometric Means: All Locations [chi df p-Value square] Composite of KFL&A (a) and H&PEC (a) 5.
The intervention and control groups were further compared with respect to the ratios of their geometric means.
Aldaz, Self-improvement of the inequality between arithmetic and geometric means, Journal of Mathematical Inequalities, 3(2009), No.
Toader briefly explored the work on Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean and Greek means.
In online Supplemental Table 3S, we give the geometric means for MMA, vitamin [B.
For the one-year period during which samples were collected, the geometric means for the concentrations of enterococci in water from all stations were above 33 cfu/100 ml (Table I), which corresponds to an illness rate of 8 per 1,000 swimmers (7, 9).
9 [micro]g/g dw) (Elkin and Bethke 1995) and moose from northwestern Minnesota (liver geometric means = 7.
Similar baseline geometric mean antibody levels to the fragments measured by an ELISA were found in both groups.
These include the following: 1) the introduction of the geometric means formula to account for lower-level substitution, 2) the introduction of the Chained Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (C-CPI-U) to provide an index that accounts for upper-level substitution, 3) expansion of the use of hedonic models to improve the measurement of quality change, and 4) the institution of procedures to introduce new goods into the index more quickly by more frequent updates to the item samples.
Here, we replace that splicing method with a procedure proposed by Hill and Fox (1997), also based on geometric means.
We compared the MIC geometric means for the three countries with a one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) to determine if significant differences existed.
Geometric means and percent reductions in geometric means were adjusted for age (years modeled as restricted cubic splines with 5 knots), sex (men, women), and race/ethnicity (white, African American, Mexican American, and other).
In [4], inequalities in (8) were generalized and Feng Qi obtained the following inequalities on the ration for the geometric means of a positive arithmetic sequence with unit difference for any nonnegative integer k and natural numbers n and m:
Among women who did not report using hormone replacement therapy, the age-adjusted geometric means were 2.
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