In this tutorial, we will learn how to write a script in C, C++, and Python to calculate the sum and average of three numbers.

The sum of three numbers can be calculated by using the addition operator between the numbers and to find out their average we can divide the sum by 3.

**Example 1**

Input:4 5 6Outputsum = 15 , average = 5

## C Program to calculate sum and average of three numbers

#include <stdio.h> int main() { int num1, num2, num3, sum=0; float average; //input 3 numbers from user printf("Enter 3 Numbers eg(4 5 6): "); scanf("%d %d %d", &num1, &num2, &num3); //sum of three numbers sum = num1+num2+num3; //average of 3 numbers average = sum/3; printf("Sum of (%d %d %d) = %d \n", num1, num2, num3, sum); printf("Average of (%d %d %d) = %.2f", num1, num2, num3, average); return 0; }

**Output**

Enter 3 Numbers eg(4 5 6): 11 15 16 Sum of (11 15 16) = 42 Average of (11 15 16) = 14.00

## C++ Program to calculate sum and average of three numbers

#include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int num1, num2, num3, sum=0; float average; //input 3 numbers from user cout<<"Enter 3 Numbers eg(4 5 6): "; cin>>num1>>num2>>num3; //sum of three numbers sum = num1+num2+num3; //average of 3 numbers average = sum/3; cout<<"Sum of ("<<num1 <<" "<<num2<<" "<<num3<<") ="<<sum<<endl; cout<<"Average of ("<<num1 <<" "<<num2<<" "<<num3<<") ="<<average<<endl; return 0; }

**Output**

Enter 3 Numbers eg(4 5 6): 11 34 55 Sum of (11 34 55) =100 Average of (11 34 55) =33

## Python Program

# input 3 numbers from user num1, num2, num3 = map(int, input("Enter 3 Numbers eg(4 5 6): ").split()) # sum of three numbers sum_ = num1+num2+num3; # average of 3 numbers average = sum_/3; print(f"Sum of({num1} {num2} {num3}) = {sum_}") print(f"Average of({num1} {num2} {num3}) = {average}")

**Output**

Enter 3 Numbers eg(4 5 6): 4 5 6 Sum of(4 5 6) = 15 Average of(4 5 6) = 5.0

**Wrapping Up!**

In this programming tutorial, we learned how to calculate the sum and average of three numbers in C, C++, and Python. If we analyze the above programs the time and space complexities both are O(1), which means a constant complexity.

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