A note on the Neuman-S\'andor Mean

@article{Zhao2012ANO,
  title={A note on the Neuman-S\'andor Mean},
  author={Tiehong Zhao and Yuming Chu and Baoyu Liu},
  journal={arXiv: Classical Analysis and ODEs},
  year={2012}
}
In this article, we present the best possible upper and lower bounds for the Neuman-S\'andor mean in terms of the geometric combinations of harmonic and quadratic means, geometric and quadratic means, harmonic and contra-harmonic means, and geometric and contra-harmonic means. 
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