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The geometric mean between two numbers (formula): The arithmetic mean between two numbers is: Example: The cut-off frequencies of a phone line are f_{1} = 300 Hzand f_{2} = 3300 Hz. What is the center frequency?The center frequency is and not f_{0} = 995 Hz as geometric meanf_{0} = 1800 Hz as arithmetic mean. What a big difference! |

Telephone transmission range as logarithmic scale. The center frequency is 995 Hz. The linear distance from 300 Hz to 995 Hz is equal to the linear distance from 995 Hz to 3300 Hz. The frequency range 300 Hz to 3.3 kHz is the bandwidth of the transmission of 3 kHz. Sometimes the phone transmission goes even up to 3.4 kHz. |

The HiFi range goes from f_{1} = 20 Hz to f_{2} = 20000 Hz. The correct
center frequency is and not
the value 10.01 kHz of the arithmetic mean calculation. Look here:f_{0} = 632.5 Hz (!) as geometric mean |

Audible frequency range with a logarithmic scale. The linear distance from 20 Hz to 632 Hz is equal to the linear distance from 632 Hz to 20 kHz. Look at the marked points in the figure. |

By defining the center frequency, the ratios of the cut-off frequencies to the center frequency are the same: The geometric mean of two numbers is the square root of their product. The geometric mean of three numbers is the cubic root of their product. The arithmetic mean is the sum of the numbers, divided by the quantity of the numbers. Other names for arithmetic mean: average, mean, arithmetic average. In general, you can only take the geometric mean of positive numbers. |

The geometric mean, by definition, is the nth root of the product of the n units in a data set. For example, the geometric mean of 5, 7, 2, 1 is (5 × 7 × 2 × 1) ^{1/4} = 2.893.Alternatively, if you log transform each of the individual units the geometric will be the exponential of the arithmetic mean of these log-transformed values. So, reusing the example above, exp [ ( ln(5) + ln(7) + ln(2) + ln(1) ) / 4 ] = 2.893. |

**Geometric Mean**

**Arithmetic Mean**

**Calculating the -3 dB cut-off frequencies f1 and f2 when center frequency and Q factor is given.**

**Geometric mean of more numbers**

Geometric Mean TutorialGeometric Mean Definition: Geometric Mean is a kind of average ofa set of numbers that is different from the arithmetic average. The geometric mean is well defined only for sets of positive real numbers. This is calculated by multiplying all the numbers (call the number of numbers n), and taking the nth root of the total. A common example of where the geometric mean is the correct choice - is when averaging growth rates. Formula: Geometric Mean = ((x_{1})(x_{2})(x_{3}) ... (x_{n}))^{1/n}where x = Individual score and n = Sample size (Number of scores)Example to find the Geometric Mean of 1, 2 ,3 ,4 ,5. Step 1: n = 5 is the total number of values. Find 1 / n.1 / n = 0.2Step 2: Find Geometric Mean using the formula:[(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)] ^{0.2} = 120^{0.2}Geometric Mean = 2.60517 This example will guide you to calculate the geometric mean manually. Arithmetic Mean TutorialArithmetic Mean Definition: Arithmetic Mean is commonly called asaverage. Mean or average is defined as the sum of all the given elements divided by the total number of elements. Formula: Arithmetic Mean = sum of elements / number of elements= a_{1} + a_{2 }+ a_{3} + ... + a_{n} / nExample to find the Arithmetic Mean of 3, 5, 7. Step 1: The sum of the numbers are:3 + 5 + 7 = 15 Step 2: The total numbers are:There are 3 numbers. Step 3: The Arithmetic Mean is:15 / 3 = 5 |

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