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Old 2021-09-06, 21:52   #1160
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A scientist trains a frog to jump on command. The frog can jump 2 meters.

Then he decides to study how amputating its legs one by one affects how far it can jump.

So he amputates one leg from the frog, and commands the frog to jump. He enters the result:

With one leg amputated, the frog can only jump a meter and a half.

He then amputates a second leg, and commands the frog to jump. He enters the result:

With two legs amputated, the frog can only jump one meter.

He then amputates a third leg, and commands the frog to jump. He enters the result:

With three legs amputated, the frog can only jump half a meter.

He then amputates the last leg, and commands the frog to jump. The frog does not jump. He enters the result:

With all four legs amputated, the frog goes deaf.
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