# Help with small math problem

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• I am sure this is very basic, and I think I have done it before but how do I take a base number, say 3 and then depending on the number of another number the result should be increasing by double for every number. So it should increase like 3 , 6 , 12 , 24 , 48 , 96 etc

So for example if the other value is 3 then the value should be 12, if it is 5 the value should be 48.

How do I do this with a formula?

• 3 * (2 pow [<number> - 1] )