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The estimated change in population as at 30 June in the five years from 1998 to 2002 for South Africa is shown in the table below:



Calculate the geometric mean.

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The geometric mean = (X1 x X2 x X3 x 4X x ... x Xn)^(1/n)

= (1.250 x 1.056 x 1.203 x 1.109 x 1.250)^(1/5)

= (2.201 130 955)^(1/n)

= 1.170 944 264

Therefore the geometric mean of the percentage change is 1.006.
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