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    I'm so tempted to put the question on FB to see if anyone else knows the answer!!

    ~ and maybe to disperse the frustration

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    I'm so tempted to put the question on FB to see if anyone else knows the answer!!

    ~ and maybe to disperse the frustration
    I did ... No one knew ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    i've also contemplated this..hmm
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    I did ... No one knew ...



    ..I just did - will see how we go.

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    I'm thinking it has something to do with size, and colour of the frogs? I know I've heard this question before and the answer is on the tip of my tongue.
    Maybe she should just leave the frogs alone

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    All day teacher's strike today.

    Tomorrow morning I promise!

    *awaits firing squad*

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    Maybe the answer is something completely obvious and slightly ridiculous...

    What's the best way to find out how many frogs are in the pond?

    Count them

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    I think it must be either what my DD1 & DD2 said which is catch them and count them since she tried counting them and got a different answer each time. Or as someone said - estimate.

    It's driving me crazy.

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    best answer from someone's DS so far -

    " well if you have all the time in the world you could sit & catch them all then wait cause the new ones appear as the tadpoles turn into frogs & then you just add them to the total you caught"


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    I have a feeling that I've heard it before or something like it and the answer had something to do with legs... BUT I could be thinking of something completely different!

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    are you sure it's a real pond?

    Maybe it's a jelly "frogs in the pond"?


 

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