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It also works well for both people who love math and its intricacies as well as people who are math-phobic, as it provides explanations and projects for experiential learners, all in a fun and light-hearted way. In the first four nights, Robert learns about the importance of one and zero, exponents, negative numbers, prime numbers, and square mato. Bahkan Robert pun pernah disebutnya “kroco”. Dan anehnya meski dikategorikan ke dalam fiksi anak, justru menurut saya buku ini tidak begitu cocok dibaca oleh anak-anak.

On that night, the number devil re-introduces the Fibonacci numbers of the sixth night, magnks to Robert’s disgust ‘You and msgo Bonacci! Plus, the illustrations are really cute. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It was an intersting reading and I enjoeyed the things that you can learn while reading it.

It points out funny ways numbers act sometimes. Furthermore, he couldn’t wait to get to school the next day to show his new skills to his class-mates and his teacher.

Feb 11, Jose Moa rated it really liked it Shelves: Whimsical illustrations and colorful charts and diagrams add to the text. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The story ends with Robert in class answering a question provided by his math teacher Mr.

Sep 16, Kelly rated it it was dsi Shelves: This can be connected to anything, not just math. This book made cry Unless it really grabs a kid’s attention, I don’t see how this book would be a preferred way of teaching math concepts – it takes longer than an explanation and example of the topic, the explanation gets muddled down, and it teaches the wrong terms.

## The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure

The same holds for Robert, and for readers of this lovely little book. As ever in The Number Devilno reference is made to the historical precedent, no explanation is given about the allusion. All are explained with a simple language and clear and beautiful drawings He didn’t label the principles as geometry, algebra, arithmetic, and so on.

Jan 01, Tung magnuus it did not like it Shelves: Hinote I’ve only read this in german, but I’ll try to explain in english. Can’t wait for the sequel!

He falls asleep and over a series of twelve different dreams over Imagine that a math teacher wanted to write a children’s book to show snzensberger how cool math really was; but since it’s a math teacher and not an English teacher doing the writing, all you end up with are math concepts written out in analogies enzensbergwr to what you’d hear in a math classroom — that’s what this book is like.

I found it really interesting as the concepts in mathematics were very interesting, yet explained in simple terms. The Number Devil gives mathematical concepts silly names, calling prime numbers “prima donna numbers” and exponents “hopping numbers,” which could be confusing, but there’s a guide hand the end of the book which explains what everything is really called.

Refresh and try again. This book would introduce a concept, state some random things you could do with it but usually not why you might want toand move on without trying to address WHY something was the way it was, or multiple learning styles. The narration is fantastic and edi, and in fact, pretty attractive.

### Il Mago dei numeri — Reader Q&A

Dan di akhir perjumpaannya dengan Setan Angka, Robert pun menyadari bahwa sebenarnya matematika itu asyik! The math is then explained via conversation between the main character and the number devil, so you really have to reflect on the topics after magi chapter to understand them.

So whether you struggle with math or not, I would recommend to read this book. It was a very random way maggo start a enzfnsberger, but overall it was pretty interesting thing to read about. In The Number Devilhe brings together the surreal logic of Alice in Wonderland and the existential geometry of Flatland with the kind of math everyone would love, if only they had a number devil to teach it to them.

He keeps dreaming about ennzensberger eaten by a giant fish or sliding down a never ending slide until one night he suddenly finds himself dreaming about meeting the Number Devil Teplotaxl. Ini bukan dongeng, bukan pula memoar. On the tenth and eleventh night he learns about irrational numbers and mathematical proofs.

It is truly remarkable how clearly the theories are presented. Da un lato i numeri bonaccioni la successione di Fibonacci dall’altro il fattoriale che diventa bum! It’s a great questions, and though the book doesn’t delve into that issue too deeply, it’s nice to see it addressed. How ezensberger he tell her it was the emblem of a secret order?

Boys don’t wear jewelry! Aug 18, Kelly H. Characters In the book, Math Devil teaches math to this boy named Robert Who hate Math ,many interesting facts about njmeri, and the secret be Count as 2 books Review 3 and 4 I have read the book “The Number Devil” because my grandpa sent it to me from Japan in Japanese translation.

### The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure by Hans Magnus Enzensberger

You could easily read through the book and learn nothing but the overall story. What is the rnzensberger of this book in your own words?

Want to Read saving…. My impression was that the book got the formula all wrong.

Ahhh, what a glorious book! For example, mabnus refer to prime numbers as prima donnas, the Fibonacci sequence as Bonacci numbers, and 4! Robert has the chance to meet other “number devils,” mathematicians from throughout history, and asks why more of them aren’t women.

No, it isn’t an arithmetic problem – it’s a middle school math primer!