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3 geometric means of 32 and 1/8

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    Duplicate post; already answered.

    Your question is incorrectly stated. There is only one geometric mean between two numbers.

    In my other answer to this question, I tried to figure out what you really want to know: three intermediate numbers of a geometric series.

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