### Our character: Jarvis

### Problem to be solved

- Have a conversation with Jarvis to find if the given number is pallindrome

```
if you give 353 to jarvis he should output pallendrome
if you give 100 to jarvis he should output not pallendrome
```

- Lets have conversation with Jarvis about reverse of number

```
reversenumber: (input number)
Hi Jarvis, How are you doing
Rememeber 0 as reverse
Repeat till number is grater than 0
calculate remainder = number%10
calculate reverse = reverse*10 + remainder
calculate number = number/10
return reverse
```

- Now lets check if the number is pallendrome

```
is_pallendrome:
Remember 101 as number1
check if number1 == reversenumber(number1)
if yes show number1 is pallendrome
else show number1 is not pallendrom
Remember 354 as number2
check if number2 == reversenumber(number2)
if yes show number2 is pallendrome
else show number2 is not pallendrom
```

### Jarvis upgraded

### Personal finance Hint

- Look at power of compounding calculator Here
- Programming Specific: Try to come up with converstion to get Jarvis calculate power of compounding for you. Duration: Take a week if you want.
- Plan: We will take this conversation and build a Calculator in Python once we become good at python

### Activities to be done over weekend

- Create an account in Hacker Rank
- Create an account in GitHub
- Watch the following videos

### Next Steps

- DataTypes
- Instructions in Programming languages
- Conditional & Looping instructions
- Conversations with Jarvis into Python
- Debugging