I have a list that looks like this, but much, much longer (1,000,000+ tuples):

```
[(1, (226, 242, 195)), (1, (218, 236, 188)), (1, (219, 235, 188)), (1, (220, 236, 187)), (1, (217, 235, 187)), (1, (216, 232, 185)), (1, (216, 234, 184))]
```

I want to find the average of each value in the nested tuple and move those into a new list, like this:

```
[[1, [avg of first values, avg of second values, avg of third values]]]
```

If possible, I also would want to get rid of the leading 1, and simplify the list to

```
[avg of first values, avg of second values, avg of third values]
```

I’ve looked through all similar questions, but none seem to have the exact answer I’m looking for.

The most common error is

TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for +: ‘int’ and ‘tuple’

### >Solution :

The simplest way:

```
>>> first_sum = second_sum = third_sum = 0
>>> for _, (first, second, third) in lst:
... first_sum += first
... second_sum += second
... third_sum += third
...
>>> num = len(lst)
>>> [first_sum / num, second_sum / num, third_sum / num]
[218.85714285714286, 235.71428571428572, 187.71428571428572]
```