**Disarium Number:**

A Disarium number is one in which the sum of each digit raised to the power of its respective position equals the original number.

like 135 , 89 etc.

**Example1:**

**Input:**

number =135

**Output:**

135 is disarium number

**Explanation:**

Here 1^1 + 3^2 + 5^3 = 135 so it is disarium Number

**Example2:**

**Input:**

number =79

**Output:**

79 is not disarium number

**Explanation:**

Here 7^1 + 9^2 = 87 not equal to 79 so it is not disarium Number

## Disarium Number in Python

Below are the ways to check Disarium number in python

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### Method #1: Using while loop

**Algorithm:**

- Scan the number and calculate the size of the number.
- Make a copy of the number so you can verify the outcome later.
- Make a result variable (with a value of 0) and an iterator ( set to the size of the number)
- Create a while loop to go digit by digit through the number.
- On each iteration, multiply the result by a digit raised to the power of the iterator value.
- On each traversal, increment the iterator.
- Compare the result value to a copy of the original number.

**Below is the implementation:**

# given number num = 135 # intialize result to zero(ans) ans = 0 # calculating the digits digits = len(str(num)) # copy the number in another variable(duplicate) dup_number = num while (dup_number != 0): # getting the last digit remainder = dup_number % 10 # multiply the result by a digit raised to the power of the iterator value. ans = ans + remainder**digits digits = digits - 1 dup_number = dup_number//10 # It is disarium number if it is equal to original number if(num == ans): print(num, "is disarium number") else: print(num, "is not disarium number")

**Output:**

135 is disarium number

### Method #2: By converting the number to string and Traversing the string to extract the digits

**Algorithm:**

- Initialize a variable say
**ans**to 0 - Using a new variable, we must convert the given number to a string.
- Take a temp count =1 and increase the count after each iteration.
- Iterate through the string, convert each character to an integer, multiply the
**ans**by a digit raised to the power of the count. - If the
**ans**is equal to given number then it is disarium number

**Below is the implementation:**

# given number num = 135 # intialize result to zero(ans) ans = 0 # make a temp count to 1 count = 1 # converting given number to string numString = str(num) # Traverse through the string for char in numString: # Converting the character of string to integer # multiply the ans by a digit raised to the power of the iterator value. ans = ans+int(char)**count count = count+1 # It is disarium number if it is equal to original number if(num == ans): print(num, "is disarium number") else: print(num, "is not disarium number")

**Output:**

135 is disarium number

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