Do the following: Create a program that gets numbers from the user until a blank line is entered. Display the average of all of the values entered [enter, for this example, 10 numbers]. But the program should allow unlimited numbers to be entered. The average of the numbers entered is calculated by adding up the numbers and then dividing by however many numbers were provided by the user. Then display: 1) all of the numbers below average. (less than) 2) all of the numbers at the average. (equal to) 3) all of the numbers above average. (greater than) Print an appropriate label before each list of values is printed out. The numbers should be printed across, horizontal, not down. Use concepts from chapter 7 (use lists). Base this program off of the assignment ″Larger than N″. Submit: Python file screenshot of its operation