# Algebra II

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1. The term geometric mean applies only to numbers with the same sign. Whoever gave you the problem made an error.

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2. -2r^4 = 128

Can't be done, since r^4 is always positive.

Now, 3 means between 2 and 128 are 4√2,16,32√2

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