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A, B, C are three numbers. 
[email protected] (A, B) = average of A and B,  
/ (A, B) = product of A and B, and 
X (A, B) = the result of dividing A by B 

Average of A, B and C is given by

  1. (1)@(/(@(/(B, A), 2), C), 3)
  2. (2)X(@(/(@(B, A), 3), C), 2)
  3. (3)/(@(X(@(B, A), 2), C), 3)
  4. (4)/(X(@(/(@(B, A), 2), C), 3), 2)
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