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Suugaku Girl - Godel no Fukanzensei Teiri  
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"I" (Boku) love math. Just after the high-school entrance ceremony, "I" meet a beautiful girl: Milka. Milka is a mathematical genius. She gives me many math problems, she shows me many elegant solutions. Milka and I spend a long time by discussing math in the school library.

One year later, I meet another mathematical girl: Tetra. Tetra is one year younger than me, and asks me to teach her math. While I teach her, she begins to understand math and to love its elegance gradually.

In the third volume (series), we talk about logic puzzles, Peano arithmetic, epsilon-delta, Cantor's diagonal argument, Hilbert's program and Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems.

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数学ガール ゲーデルの不完全性定理
Mathematical Girls - Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems
Suugaku Girl - Godel no Fukanzen Sei Teiri
Suugaku Girl: Godel no Fukanzen Sei Teiri

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too formal and lacking mathematical culture   
Rating: 2.0 / 10.0
by Mytskine
September 2nd, 2015, 12:21pm
The first volume contained one logic puzzle and four formal teachings of mathematical concepts. Even the logic puzzle was set as a formal game to illustrate logic, it was not a situation happening naturally. Most explanations were surprisingly bad, and the confusion between formalism and mathematics is irritating: a "genius" girl insists on "mathematizing the mathematics", which is absurd.

I've studied and taught mathematics for many years, so I was interested in this manga. What subjects would it choose for a young audience? What a let down! Contrary to my expectations, visualization takes almost no place; no geometry, no graphs, maths themes are always introduced by wordy explanations of theoretical concepts. For instance, the first one is Peano's Axioms that define the natural numbers (with the funny fact that the manga begins at 1 and not 0). It's a bit like showing Mendeleev's table to explain the concept of "cooking".

There could have been many graphical and potentially amusing themes: how to pave a surface with various forms? How many colors are needed to color maps? How to measure the height of a building without any tool? What are out-of-this-world geometries ( non-Euclidean) "à la Escher"? Would you bet on two students having the same birthday in your classroom? Why are the whales so big and the butterflies so small? How to cut a cake fairly? Even induction could be illustrated without going for the unimaginative exercise "Prove that 1+3+5+...+(2n-1)=n^2". The manga spans a few pages on the concept of infinity, but does not define it. Why? It's so beautiful: a set is infinite, if you can add an element to it, and there are still as many elements in the set.

Other than that, the drawings are second-rate. The settings are incredibly dull: a small harem of 3 stereotypical girls longing for a dense boy. No side characters, no landscapes. I'm sorry, but I can't find any redeeming feature.

... Last updated on September 2nd, 2015, 12:22pm
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I will be Bold...   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by MinatoAce
July 4th, 2015, 6:30pm
Do you like Math ? Do you think math is CooL?
If your answer is Yes!, only then Read it!
If it's otherwise, then don't! It's not for everyone! Other things than the math part is pretty much garbage or so I think!

P.S. I'm concluding this after reading first four chapters(0-3). You can always give it a try for reassurance though.

... Last updated on July 4th, 2015, 6:39pm
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