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how the hell do I do this code

Create a static method named GetPowersOf2 that returns a list of integers of type List<int> containing the powers of 2 from 0 to the value passed in. For example, if 4 is passed in, the method should return this list of integers: { 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 }. The System.Math.Pow method will come in handy.

1 Answer

Reggie Williams
Reggie Williams
Treehouse Teacher

Hey Jamie Corbett since you have to do something a given amount of times it might be a good place for a for loop. Your method should take a value that represents where the loop should start and inside the loop you can square and return the passed in value