troubleshooting Question

Getting an column Average, with AutoFilters applied.

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What would a formula look like, if I try to average a datatable that has 2 or 3 autofilters applied to it?  Whenever I apply the filters and put in =AVERAGE(range1) it includes the hidden cells in the result?  I select the header and do a Ctrl+down, then offset activecell (1,0).Select to get to bottom of column.  Then I want to add the formula.  Any idea how this formula should look or be so it does not include those filtered out cells?  Please advise and thanks. -R-
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