Logic
# Arithmetic Puzzles

How many different 3-tuples $(\square,\triangle,\star)$ of operators make the following equation true: $6 \, \square \, (3 \, \triangle \, 2)=1 \, \star \, 1?$

**Details and Assumptions**

- $\square,\triangle,\star$ can be one of the four arithmetic operators: $+,-,\times,\div.$
- One kind of operator can be used more than once.