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Ajá! Paradojas que hacen pensar has ratings and 19 reviews. King said: [ Warning: This review may contain an unexpected tiger. You won’t know where t. Buy ¡Ajá!: paradojas que te hacen pensar 1ª ed. by Martin Gardner (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery. : AJÁ PARADOJAS QUE HACEN PENSAR () by MARTIN GARDNER and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible.

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Open Preview See a Problem? Many interesting problems, but for almost all of them a remainder is made to another book of the great Martin Gardner I remember reading its articles on Scientific American ; that sounds to me more than a “paid” advertisement; most paradoxes are just outlined.

Overall, it’s just a delightful book that’s easy to read and leaves you much smarter than you were when you started it. Paradojas que hacen pensarplease sign up.

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Gardner primarily approaches logica The world is lesser without Martin Gardner in it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Make no mistake, it’s not, though young adults could certainly benefit and enjoy. It gives your brain a nice workout, but everything is very accessible and never feels frustrating. You’ve successfully reported this review. That said, he does it in a way that involves minimal math and only a basic understanding of logic and reason.


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A great intro to how to think about the world logically. Paradojas que te hacen pensar by Martin Gardner.

¡Ajá! Paradojas que hacen pensar

Please review your cart. Not to be overlooked by the casual reader who might not see themselves as the puzzling type, “Aha!

I got it when I was pennsar or 11, and it’s as entertaining to me now as it was then. Each puzzle is drawn out using childish stick-figures to present a paradox or riddle, which is then explained and reviewed in prose on the following page. Hacrn the same logic, the tiger couldn’t be the penultimate word, either, because if you read up to the third-to-last word, you’d know the tiger would come next, and you’d expect it. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.

You won’t know where the tiger will be until you encounter it.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books aua want to read. Martin Gardner was an American mathematics and science writer specializing in recreational mathematics, but with matrin encompassing micromagic, stage magic, literature especially the writings of Lewis Carrollphilosophy, scientific skepticism, and religion.

Some of the problems don’t even have an answer, and he even manages to walk you through why we’ve been unable to answer the question even though the answer seems obvious.


Cute drawings, clever humor, and all around fun. Buy the eBook Price: This book is short, but full of interesting puzzles and paradoxes to think about. Even coffee-table landscape eye candy tomes can be roughly compared to other non-fiction reading, but puzzle books more often can be passed off as merely glorified flashcards. Feb 08, Javier Santaolalla rated it liked it. hxcen

¡Ajá! Paradojas que hacen pensar by Martin Gardner

How to write a great review. Tristan rated it liked it Sep 12, Close Report a maryin At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Un divulgador brillante para un libro revelador. February 21, Imprint: You can see a few sample pages on this Boing Boing link: He uses the cartoons to walk you through exactly the wrong conclusion, then steps back and brilliantly deconstructs the argument so that you can see where your normal human condition fails you and why the unintuitive answer is the mathematically correct one.

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