algebra ll

find a geometric means between 4096 and 972? my answers is (0.75)^4 if it wrong can you give the right answer and show the work as simple as you can. thank you

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  1. we want the square root of their product
    sqrt (4096 * 972)
    I do not like those big numbers so let's look for a common factor like maybe 4
    yes, 4 works
    sqrt [(1024*4)* (243*4) ]
    = 4 sqrt (1024*243)
    hmm, try 4 again
    1024/4 = 256
    so take 2 out
    = 8 sqrt (256*243)
    well we could probably divide 256 by 16 and take another 4 out but this is easy enough now
    = 1995

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