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Default Calculating atmospherinc pressure at different altitudes

I am currently making a survey of a world with a surface atmospheric pressure of 2.4 atmospheres. However, I would like to calculate how the pressure will change at different altitudes. And does world gravity affect how the pressure changes?

As I am quite mathematically challenged I can't figure this out for myself, but if given a rather simple formula I can probably do the rest myself.
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