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I am trying to understand what this is averaging.

=AVERAGE(OFFSET('Active Measurements'!$K6,ROW(B1)*7,0,7,1))
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It is averaging a cell range 7 rows high and 1 column wide offset from $K6 by X rows down, X being the value of the row number of B1 multiplied by 7.

Offset syntax is:
OFFSET(reference, rows, cols, [height], [width])
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thank you for the explanation.
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No prob!
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