Let us take two number \(a\) and \(b\)

Then their Arithmetic mean (A.M), Geometric mean (G.M), Harmonic mean (H.M).

\(\frac{G.M}{A.M}\)=\(\frac{H.M}{G.M}\)

This concept is valid for all A.M , G.M , H.M.

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H.M=(1/A.M) AND above Equation is WRONG R.H.S should be (H.M*G.M) https://brilliant.org/profile/mitesh-n6z5ab/

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H.M=(1/A.M) AND above Equation is WRONG R.H.S should be (H.M*G.M)

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