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## Learning Opportunities

This puzzle can be solved using the following concepts. Practice using these concepts and improve your skills.

## Goal

Take a data representation of an image and blur it by averaging each pixel's color with its neighbors above, below, and to the left and right of it.

Rules:

The average value should be the arithmetic mean, that is, all the values you are combining, divided by the number of values.

If the outcome of an average operation is not an integer, round it down.

Each pixel should be blurred using five pixels: itself, and its four neighbors (above, below, left, and right). The exception is edge and corner pixels, which will use themselves and their three/two neighbors respectively. In the diagram below, X represents a target pixel, and the N's represent the other pixels that it should be blended with. The O's represent pixels that should not be included.

Standard example:
`ONONXNONO`

Corner example:
`XNNO`

Edge example:
`NOXNNO`
Input
A 2-dimensional grid of pixels, with each pixel defined by its red, green, and blue values.

The first line of input gives the size of the grid, in rows and columns respectively.
Each subsequent line contains a pixel's RGB values in a space-separated list. The pixels are given in left-to-right, top-to-bottom order.
Output
Output the transformed image, one pixel per line. Each pixel will be expressed as a space-separated list of the pixel's RGB values.
Constraints
Each color value will be an integer in the range 0 ≤ r,g,b ≤ 255.

Each dimension of the image grid will be an integer in the range 1 ≤ rows,cols ≤ 15.
Example
Input
```2 3
0 0 0
50 25 0
150 35 200
255 0 255
198 74 241
120 15 185```
Output
```101 8 85
99 33 110
106 25 128
151 24 165
155 28 170
156 41 208```

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