Find the geometric mean for the numbers 10, 100, and 1000 by following these steps:
a. Find the log (base10) of each number:
10, 100, and 1000
b. Average the four resulting values.
c. Find the antilog of the average by raising 10 to the number obtained in part b. The result is the geometric mean. You may round it to the near est whole number.
d. Find the mean and median of the original four numbers, and then write the values of the geometric mean, the mean, and the median from smallest on the left to largest on the right.