Bounds of the perimeter of an ellipse using arithmetic, geometric and harmonic means

  title={Bounds of the perimeter of an ellipse using arithmetic, geometric and harmonic means},
  author={Miao-Kun Wang and Yuming Chu and Yue-Ping Jiang and Song-Liang Qiu},
  journal={Mathematical Inequalities \& Applications},
In this paper, we present several bounds for the perimeter of an ellipse in terms of arithmetic, geometric, and harmonic means, which improve some known results. Mathematics subject classification (2010): 41A10, 33E05, 33C05, 26E60. 
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