The Life-Changing Magic of Numbers



The Life-Changing Magic of NumbersIf You Found Maths Lessons At School Irrelevant And Boring, That S Because You Didn T Have A Teacher Like Bobby Seagull As Seen On Monkman Seagull S Genius Guide To Britain Long Before His Rise To Cult Fandom On University Challenge, Bobby Seagull Was Obsessed With Numbers They Were The Keys That Unlocked The Randomness Of Football Results, The Beauty Of Art And The Best Way To Get Things DoneIn His Absorbing Book, Bobby Tells The Story Of His Life Through Numbers And Shows The Incredible Ways Maths Can Make Sense Of The World Around Us From Magic Shows To Rap Lyrics, From Hobbies To Outer Space, From Fitness To Food Bobby S Infectious Enthusiasm For Numbers Will Change How You Think About Almost EverythingTold Through Fascinating Stories And Insights From Bobby S Life, And With Head Scratching Puzzles In Every Chapter, You Ll Never Look At Numbers The Same Way Again

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Life-Changing Magic of Numbers book, this is one of the most wanted Bobby Seagull author readers around the world.

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Life-Changing Magic of Numbers
  • Bobby Seagull
  • 28 October 2018
  • 0753552809

10 thoughts on “The Life-Changing Magic of Numbers

  1. Mike Clarke says:

    You do the math mathematician, educator, University Challenge star, Library Champion, and all round good guy, Bobby Seagull set out to show maths can be fun and very nearly succeeds His overwhelming enthusiasm, and troubled sense that we don t all believe him, are most touching here, and he almost persuaded me to try one of those equation thingies with lots of s and m s in them that look so intriguing but are as comprehendible as Sanskrit To paraphrase Tick in Priscilla, I think I can You do the math mathematician, educator, University Challenge star, Library Champion, and all round good guy, Bobby Seagull set out to show maths can be fun and very nearly succeeds His overwhelming enthusiasm, and troubled sense that we don t all believe him, are most touching here, and he almost persuaded me to try one of those equation thingies with lots of s and m s in them that look so intriguing but are as comprehendible as Sanskrit To paraphrase Tick in Priscilla, I think I can safely say I know less about maths now than when I opened this up But it may work for you, and one can forgive his Judith Krantz out of Dan Brown style everyone is world famous , everything iconic for the drive to do us some good, even if the puzzles are versions of man filling bath using punctured bucket, only where the man is a celebrity A celebrity with a purpose and that makes him unusual indeed

  2. Graham Joseph says:

    Bobby Seagull has put together an engaging book that, as suggested by the title, focuses on the role of numbers in our lives It s interesting and easy to read, and has certainly given me food for thought At times, though, there are some obvious over simplifications that annoy me While I appreciate his ability to address the needs of his audience, it s the precision of maths that appeals to me not its simplicity Looking beyond those moments, though, I can see already that this book has help Bobby Seagull has put together an engaging book that, as suggested by the title, focuses on the role of numbers in our lives It s interesting and easy to read, and has certainly given me food for thought At times, though, there are some obvious over simplifications that annoy me While I appreciate his ability to address the needs of his audience, it s the precision of maths that appeals to me not its simplicity Looking beyond those moments, though, I can see already that this book has helped to renew my interest in the mathematical order of the world around us Well worth a read

  3. Brian says:

    Lacks depth

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