- Overview
- Books
- Start Your Research Here Checklist
- Images & Videos
- NoodleTools - Cite Your Sources! This link opens in a new window
- ABACUS
- AERONAUTICS
- ANCIENT INCA QUIPUS
- ANCIENT NUMBER SYSTEMS
- ANGLES AND THEIR TOOLS
- AREA, PERIMETER, AND VOLUME
- ART & MATH
- BASES
- BILLIARDS & POOL
- BINARY NUMBERS
- CALCULATING DEVICES
- CALCULUS
- CALENDAR MATH
- CATEGORIZNG NUMBERS
- CIRCLES
- CIRCLES AND THE GLORY OF PI
- CRYPTOGRAPHY
- CYCLOIDS
- EARLY COMPUTING
- ESTIMATING, PREDICTING & SAMPLING
- EULER’S FORMULA FOR POLYHEDRA
- FIBONACCI
- GAMES & PUZZLE STRATEGY
- GEODESIC DOMES
- GEOMETRIC COMPASS CONSTRUCTIONS
- GOLDEN RATIO
- IMAGINARY NUMBERS
- INFINITY
- LOGIC PUZZLES
- MAP MATH
- MATHEMATICIANS
- MAZES
- MOBIUS STRIP & KLEIN BOTTLE
- MONEY
- MULTIPLICATION ACROSS CULTURES AND AGES
- MUSIC AND MATH
- ORIGAMI
- PASCAL'S TRIANGLE
- PICK’S THEOREM
- PLATONIC SOLIDS
- POLYGONS AND POLYGONAL NUMBERS
- POLYHEDRA
- PRESENTING DATA
- PRIME NUMBERS
- PROBABILITY
- PYTHAGORAS AND HIS THEOREM
- RATIOS AND BICYCLE GEARS
- REFLECTIONS, TRANSFORMATIONS, DILATIONS, ROTATIONS & SYMMETRY
- RUBIK’S CUBE
- SCALE MODELS, MAPS AND MURALS
- SET THEORY
- SHORTCUTS IN MATH
- SPECIAL NUMBERS
- SPIROLATERALS
- STATISTICS OF GAMES
- TOPOLOGY
- TRIANGLES
- DELETED TOPICS

**Explore how this famous mathematician discovered a sequence that mimics nature.**

- The Number Devil by Hans Magnus Enzensberger; Rotraut Susanne Berner (Illustrator); Michael Henry Heim (Translator) The international best-seller that makes mathematics a thrilling exploration In twelve dreams, Robert, a boy who hates math, meets a Number Devil, who leads him to discover the amazing world of numbers: infinite numbers, prime numbers, Fibonacci numbers, numbers that magically appear in triangles, and numbers that expand without end. As we dream with him, we are taken further and further into mathematical theory, where ideas eventually take flight, until everyone--from those who fumble over fractions to those who solve complex equations in their heads--winds up marveling at what numbers can do. Hans Magnus Enzensberger is a true polymath, the kind of superb intellectual who loves thinking and marshals all of his charm and wit to share his passions with the world. InThe Number Devil, he brings together the surreal logic ofAlice in Wonderland and the existential geometry ofFlatlandwith the kind of math everyone would love, if only they had a number devil to teach them.Call Number: REALISTIC FIC ENZPublication Date: 2000
- Fascinating Fibonaccis by Trudi H. Garland; Kathleen Engelberg (Editor); Shirley Nootbaar (Illustrator) Explores the concept of Fibonacci numbers and ratios, explaining what they are and how they were discovered, and discussing their occurrence in natural phenomena, and their mathematical properties.Call Number: 512.72 GARPublication Date: 1986
- Growing Patterns by Sarah C. Campbell; Richard P. Campbell (Photographer) The biggest mathematical mystery in nature---Fibonacci Numbers! Text and photographs provide a simple introduction to Fibonacci numbers in nature.Call Number: 512.72 CAMPublication Date: 2010
- Fibonacci Fun: Fascinating Activities with Intriguing Numbers by Trudi H. Garland; Joan Gideon (Editor); Rachel Gage (Illustrator); Shirley Bortoli (Illustrator) "From "Raising Rabbits" to "Prickly Pinecones", 24 easy-to-use, reproducible activities and projects introduce students to Fibonacci numbers and the golden ratio. Grades 4-8" Amazon.Publication Date: 1996

**See Ms. Grimes-Lamb for book: ***Fibonacci Fun* by Trudi Hammel Garland.

- The life and numbers of Fibonacci by R.Knott and the Plus team In the 13th century, mathematician, Leonardo di Pisa, or, as he is known by his nickname, Fibonacci, traveled to northern Africa and learned about numbering systems other than Roman. Although he brought these other systems (Hindu and Arabic) to Europe in his book, Liber Abaci (Book of Calculations), he was more famous for introducing a sequence of numbers. This article illustrates the Fibonacci numbers with examples of sunflowers, rabbits, bees, and the nautilus shell. To explain: a number is added to the number before it to get the next Fibonacci number, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, etc.To explain: a number is added to the number before it to get the next Fibonacci number, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, etc.

- Destiny Discover Grades 5-8 - LIBRARY CATALOG This link opens in a new windowSearch the MS Library or all BC Libraries for digital and print resources - books, ebooks, audiobooks, and more!

** Find passwords to access databases outside of school**

- Last Updated: Apr 17, 2023 9:38 PM
- URL: https://libguides.berkeleycarroll.org/math-fair-2022
- Print Page