Given a number n, the task is to find the nth Enneadecagonal number.
An Enneadecagonal number is a nineteen-sided polygon in mathematics. It belongs to a class of figurative number. The number contains the number of dots and the dots are arranged in a pattern or series. An Enneadecagonal number is also known as nonadecagon. The dots have common points and all other dots are arrange in the successive layer.
Input : 4
Formula to find nth Enneadecagonal number :
6th Enneadecagonal number :261
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