# multiply_3#

Write a function called `multiply_3` that has one parameter called `n`. This function contains a `while` loop that continually multiplies a number `n` by 3 until it is greater than 100. The function should return the final value of `n`.

You can assume that every input value of `n` is greater than zero.

A step by step example of sample 1:

• n = 10

• Since n = 10 is not greater than 100, we multiply n by 3.

• n = 10*3; n now equals 30

• Since n = 30 is not greater than 100, we multiply n by 3.

• n = 30 * 3; n now equals 90

• Since n = 90 is not greater than 100, we multiply n by 3.

• n = 90 * 3; n now equals 270

• Since n = 270 is greater than 100, we return 270.

Notice that steps 2, 4, 6, and 8 are checking for the same condition and steps 3, 5, and 7 are all multiplying n by 3. Your task is to condense these steps into a while loop for any arbitrary value of n > 0.

Sample Input 1:

```10
```

Sample Output 1:

```270
```

Sample Input 2:

```3
```

Sample Output 2:

```243
```

Sample Input 3:

```15
```

Sample Output 3:

```135
```