Given a number n, find the sum of digits of n when represented in different bases from 2 to n-1.
Input : 5 Output : 2 3 2 Representation of 5 is 101, 12, 11 in bases 2 , 3 , 4 . Input : 7 Output : 3 3 4 3 2
- As the given question wants the sum of digits in different bases, first we have to calculate the given number of different bases and add each digit to the number of different bases.
- So, to calculate each number’s representation we will take the mod of given number by the base in which we want to represent that number.
- Then, we have to add all those mod values as the mod values obtained will represent that number in that base.
- Finally, the sum of those mod values gives the sum of digits of that number.
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