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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, enzeneberger in a fun and light-hearted way.

Hinote I’ve only read this in german, but I’ll try to explain in english. Any words, phrase, verse or numbers that can be read exactly same,from foreward or backward. He has been struggling with maths for as long as he can remember. The index doubles as a brief glossary, defining terms in a few words.

nmeri Dec 04, David Madrigal rated it it was amazing. Feb 11, Jose Moa rated it really liked it Shelves: Dari malam ke malam Setan Angka mengajaknya bertualang menjelajahi dunia matematika.

Perkenalkan Robert, seorang anak berumur 12 tahun yang sangat membenci matematika dan terutama guru matematikanya. But what I found bothered me the most were the explanations of the math concepts.

nymeri Similar examples would have been great! Bockel and thanking the Number Devil for helping him. My grandson was hating maths, and couldn’t see the point. This book told as a 12 nights dream of a child with a mathematical devil is a serious attempt to prove that mathematics can be entertaining,interesting,beautiful and fun and not a boring,useless,ugly and hermetic subject.

For example, they refer to prime numbers as prima donnas, the Fibonacci sequence as Bonacci numbers, and 4! 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 at the end of the book which explains what everything is really called.


Books by Hans Magnus Enzensberger. In fact, that would describe Robert, the main character in this book. My impression was that the book got the formula all wrong. Seperti membaca buku dongeng untuk anak-anak saja. What is the plot of this book in your own words?

I caught quite a few of the allusions, but I suspect just as many went over my head. The story is about a boy named Robert who hates his math class and math teacher and by extension math in general. The international best-seller that makes mathematics a thrilling exploration. After reading it, I can see why. After he’d dressed, he took the chain off and stuck it in his pocket: The Number Devil is one of the best books I have ever read, the story is easy to follow and it really makes you think.

If you want me to use the correct term, don’t teach me the wrong term! The story itself – that a boy who hates math learns to like it through a series of dreams in which he interacts with a Number Devil – is a little thin and repetitive. Kover ini juga lah salah satu faktor yang membuat saya memutuskan membeli buku ini.

When you enjoy something, and gain immediate benefit, you obviously learn more.

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Recommendation This book, as mentioned, is written in large font. Kedua, Setan Angka juga ini sering mengumpat-umpat jika Robert agak lamban berpikir atau tidak bisa mengerjakan beberapa soal. Enzensberger translates math to German, and Berner translates the German to English. This can be connected to anything, nummeri just math.

The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure

It’s wrapped in a story about a boy with crazy dreams that begins dreaming about math and learning things from a number devil. I just had such high hopes for this one and came away disappointed.

Yah, tiga bintang masih layak lah untuk buku ini. The dialogue between Robert and the devil reads far less like a boy talking to a dream figure, and more like a math teacher talking to an imaginary student who is engaged in his lesson. Lists with This Book. Related activities include playing with number triangles and making 3-D geometric shapes. Is a tale where departing of elemental concepts as natural numbers,prime numbers,powers and square roots introduce more advanced concepts a This book told as a 12 nights dream of a child with a mathematical devil is a serious attempt to prove that mathematics can be entertaining,interesting,beautiful and fun and not a boring,useless,ugly and hermetic subject.


Conclusion This book taught me that, there is so much inside math. I like math and find it fascinating, but this book irritated me more than made me appreciate numbers.

Tapi kejadian-kejadian yang ada dalam buku ini bisa saja Anda alami di kehidupan Anda. Bonacci numbers are illustrated with rapidly multiplying bunny rabbits.

Boys don’t wear jewelry! During the twelve nights Robert finds himself learning different mathematical principles every night. After all, says the Number Magnu, “you learn best when you sleep.

Characters In the book, Math Devil teaches math to this boy named Robert Who hate Math ,many interesting facts about math, 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.

Hans Magnus Enzensberger is a true polymath, the kind of superb intellectual who loves thinking and marshals all of his charm and wit to fnzensberger his passions with the world. It’s a great questions, and though the book doesn’t delve into that issue too deeply, it’s nice to see it addressed. Sayang sekali jika buku ini tidak bisa dibaca oleh anak-anak karena bahasa yang terlalu vulgar tadi. The Number Devil makes up fun – and punny – terms for things.

You might think that you know math, you might be thinking too shallow.