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Consider two real sequences with time-origin marked by the bold value, $$x_{1}[n] = \{\textbf{1},2,3,0\},\:\:x_{2}[n] = \{\textbf{1},3,2,1\}$$ Let ܺ$X_{1}(k)$ and ܺ$X_{2}(k)$ be $4$-point DFTs of $x_{1}[n]$ and $x_{2}[n]$, respectively. Another sequence $x_{3}[n]$  is derived by taking $4$-point inverse DFT of $X_{3}(k) = X_{1}(k)X_{2}(k).$ The value of $x_{3}[2]$ is ________.
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