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A pond has 10 stones arranged equally spaced in a circle. A frog stands on a start stone and jumps onto every 2nd stone (missing 1 stone)'how many circuits are made before returning to the start stone? how many circuits are made if the frog jumps onto


Question asked by: mathy123

Asked on: 06 Aug 2010

The easiest way to answer this sort of question if you don't know the formula is to do it in your head.

So it goes:
1,3,5,7,9
Then it goes around again

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Replied at: 08 Aug 2010
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