hello every,how to get the arithmetic-geometric mean? sorry,i can't find it in other place.and my english is poor. arithmetic-geometric mean is: the limit of An,A1=a,B1=b,A(n+1)=(An+Bn)/2,B(n+1)=(AnBn)^1/2 GAUSS got it. a form of Elliptic Integration. Thanks~(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Arithmetic-geometric mean

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