Solved: two formula in single cell

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i want a single cell to contain two formulas by which i'm very confused to derive this
A(cell):1(value), B:3, result-C:3(a*b), if i again change A cell to 3 the C should come as 6, that is i dont want to multiply, instead i want to double the value of previous C result. Can someone help me?
 
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Hi,

So you have this:
A B C (= A*B)
1 3 3

and you want this:
A B C
3 3 6

This will do it but I sure don't know why you want it.
In C put:
=If(A=1,A*B,A+B)

with row numbers of course.
 
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