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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Contributed by Nadia I’m a 6th grader and i just love to read this book for fun!!

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Contributed by Kathryn I really loved this book, and as a future math educator, I found it to be very useful for something I could one day use in the classroom. I’m sure we’ll read it again. Share your thoughts with other customers.

I really wish that the book would have just put the actual names of the concepts, and not tried to be as cute. To see the entire list or to see more works of mathematical fiction, return to the Zahlenteutel. English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.

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At Number Heaven, Robert learns of imaginary numberswhich Teplotaxl describes as imaginative numbersas well as the Klein bottle. Retrieved 21 December This page was last edited on 24 Decemberat It was a funny and interesting book that made my math phobic daughter think of math in a friendlier way.

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Buy this work of mathematical fiction and read reviews at amazon. For a time after the fourth night, Robert cannot find the Number Devil in his dreams; later, however, on the fifth night, Robert finds himself at a desert where the Number Devil teaches him about triangular numbers through the use of coconuts. As our dnzensberger chapter”, the students pretend they are a Number Devil and research a topic to explain to someone as their first assignment as a number devil.

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Ships from and sold by Amazon. Museum der modernen Poesie. Buy the selected items together This item: Robert is a young boy who suffers from mathematical anxiety due to his boredom in school. Few books are written that convey the wonder of numbers. The only thing that bothers me is that they use fake and “quirky” names for the mathematical concepts. I have recommended this to many of my homeschool friends. Retrieved 5 September Math contests require this knowledge and here is a fun way to present it.

Robert finds himself at the North Polewhere the Number Devil introduces irrational numbers unreasonable numbersas well as aspects of Euclidean geometrysuch as vertices dots and edges lines.

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Mathematics fiction books Fictional demons and devils Dreams in fiction Henry Holt and Company books books Mathematics education. The book follows a young boy named Robert, who is taught mathematics by a sly “number devil” called Teplotaxl over the course of twelve dreams. It’s an excellent book!!

Bayerischer Rundfunk in German. The def it humorous, and imaginative, as they discover the world beyond the math book. The list of historical figures in the back of the book is a great reference and a nice segue into a unit plan for integrating writing and reading into a math classroom. Herausgegeben von Denis Scheck und Hubert Winkels. Overall, my husband, who’s not fond of math, thought it was a fun math reading he thought he missed out on growing up.

While it didn’t zahlenteuffel me much about fibonacci besides a few interesting little bits about his numbers, I did recall what a great read this was when i was in 6th grade. In chapter 10, are not all the quotients of the neighboring terms of the Fibonnaci Series rational?

Retrieved 23 October I think there is a problem here! I do have enzensgerger question about the concepts covered in the book.