Today is the day!

If you want to exercise your brain in a fun way, this is definitely for you. I’m throwing up a mini quiz contest with three fun questions that will (hopefully) challenge your reasoning.

And to make it sweeter, I’m giving 15 lucky winners some gifts (I didn’t say “prizes” because I want you to enjoy yourself with the quiz whether you end up winning or not).

FYI, giveaways like this have been held many times in the past on *Naija Writers’ Coach, *and it’s always been fun and rewarding to everyone.

If you can’t wait to enter, I can’t, too. Here are the rules of the game:

- Anyone, anywhere can participate
- There are 3 simple questions. You must answer ALL the questions correctly in the
**comments**below to win - The first 10 correct answers are winners (1st to 5th winners get a free website each; 6th to 10th winners get a free N1,000 recharge card of any network each)
- 5 correct answers picked at random using random.org are winners (each of these winners get N500 recharge card of any network)
- Post all your 3 answers in a
**single comment**. If you submit more than one comment, only the first one will be judged. - Submission closes by 11:59pm (Nigerian time) on Tuesday 30 September, 2014.
- Winners will be announced (by God’s grace) on Independence Day, Wednesday, October 1, 2014.

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**Question 1**: Five little frogs were sitting on a log. Four decided to jump off. How many are left?

**Question 2**: What is the title of my first ebook published here on *Naija Writers’ Coach*? (hint: the spelling and capitalization in your answer must be 100% correct)

**Question 3**: If you had a ton of feathers and a ton of stones, which would be heavier?

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Time favours the swift action takers. Don’t be late.

Go!

**UPDATE**: Meet the 15 winners here.

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1. O

2. Your Right To Write.

3. Neither would be HEAVIER.

Question 1: Five frogs left

Question 2: Your right to write

Question 3: They both weigh the same because a ton is a ton no matter what they made of.

Question 1: 5 frogs left, Why? Because four “decided” to jump off. That’s all they did. And there’s a big difference between deciding and doing.

Question 2: Your Right To Write

Question 3: Neither. A ton is a ton, no matter what it’s made up of, and they both weigh a ton.

1. 5

2. Your Right To Write

3. A ton of stones

Oops!

3. Neither is heavier

Too late!

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Question one: Five. Why? Because four “decided” to jump off. That’s all they did. And there’s a big difference between deciding and doing.

Question 2: Your Right To Write

Question 3: Neither. A ton is a ton, no matter what it’s made up of, and they both weigh a ton.

1. Five frogs left all `did’ nothing. `Doing’ is different from `just deciding’.

2. It is my right to write.

3. None is heavier. A ton remains a ton whatever it is.

Answer to question 1: five frogs will be left. Question 2: Your Right To Write. Question 3: the ton of feathers will weigh more.

1. one.

2. Your Right To Write

3. A ton of stones.

No. 1 is Five

NO.Your Right To Write

No. 3 Ton is ton

1. Five frogs are left.

2. Your Right To Write

3. They would weigh the same. A ton is a ton.

1. Five frogs.

2. Your Right To Write

3. They would weigh the same.

1. Five are left. Four decided to jump off but didn’t jump.

2. Your Right to Write.

3. Neither would be heavier. They both weigh a ton.

1. None

2. Your Right To Right

3. None, the two tons has the same weight. Ton is ton!

Answer

Q1)=1 FLOG

Q2)=VERTICAL WRITING

Q3)= TON OF STONES

1. Five (5) left

2. Your Right to Write

3. None, same weight.

1. There are 5 frogs left because 4 decided to jump, they did not jump.

2. Your Right to Write.

3. None is heavier because a ton is a measure of weight and not quantity.

Question 1: 5 frogs left

Question 2: Your Right To Write

Question 3: Neither.

1=none

2= Vertical writing

3= none

1. five frogs are left because the four decided to jump but have not jumped.

2. Your Right to write.

3. none is heavier because they are of the same measurement in tonnes.

1. Five frogs are left.

2. Your Right To Write

3. They would weigh the same.

1. Five frogs.

2. ‘Your right to write.’

3. They weigh the same. Though it depends on gravity. Mass is constant not weight. On Earth, thry weigh the same.

1. 5 frogs

2. Your Right to Write

3. Neither of them would be heavier

1. 5 frogs are left

2.Your Right To Write

3. None

ANSWERS:

1. No frog would be left. This is due to the fact that frogs are amphibians and just like birds, they are very reactionary. Once one of them jumps, the others follow suit; probably to avoid predation.

2. Your Right To Write.

3. Neither would be heavier. A ton is a ton.

1. 5

2. Your Right To Write

3. Ton of feather.

1. 5 frogs.

2. Your Right To Write.

3. They would weigh the same, so none is heavier.

Q1. Five are still left since they just decided

Q2. Your Right To Write

Q3. They will both weigh the same thing. A ton is a ton

Q1. five

Q2.Your Right To Write

Q3. none is heavier

1. None is left

2. Your Right To Write

3. None is heavier cos they hv the same weight

1. All 5 frogs are left (non has jumped)

2. Your Right to Write

3. Neither would be heavier

1. Five frogs are left.

2. Your Right To Write.

3. Neither is heavier.

1. 5 little frogs would remain on the log, since they only decided to jump.

2. Your Right To Write

3. They both weight a ton, so none would be heavier since a ton is a tone.

1. Five are left.

2.Your Right To Write by Muhammed Abdullahi Tosin

3. Neither will weigh more than the other because mathematically speaking ton of anything weighs the same as a ton of anything else. Even though a stone is denser than a feather it does not mean it is heavier.

1. 0

2. Your Right To Write

3. None

5 frogs. Your Right To Write. Neither of them would be heavier but according to Archimide’s principle,a ton of feather is more heavier

Question 1: 5 frogs left, Why? You didn’t state that any of them actually jumped off, only that they DECIDED to do so.

So, since all they did was DECIDE, I’d say that all five are still sitting on the log, until they actually ACT upon their “decision.”

Question 2: Your Right To Write

Question 3: Neither. A ton is a ton, no matter what it’s made up of, and they both weigh a ton.

1. Five frogs

2. Your Right To Write

3. None is heavier

1. 5 frogs left

2. Your Right To Write.

3. The ton of Feathers

Question1. 5 frogs

Question2. Your Right to Write

Question3.Neither both weigh a ton

Answers:

Question 1: Five Little frogs are left on the log

Question 2: Your Right To Write

Question 3: Neither of them. That is, both are of the same and equal weight

1. 5

2. Your Right to Write

3. None

No 1. five are left because none fly they only decided in their mind.

No 2. None is heavier they are of equal weight because they both weighted in tons.

No 3. Your right to write.

1. None left.

2. Your right to write

3. They weight the same at constant gravity.

1) Five frogs are left because they only decided to jump off and didn’t do so yet.

2) Your Right To Write

3) Neither.

Question 1 – 5 frogs are left. The four only decided,they are yet to take the action.

Question 2 – Your Right To Write.

Question 3 – Neither is heavier. A ton of feathers and a ton of stones both weigh a ton each.

Question 1 : 5 frogs left , Why?

Because four “ decided” to jump

off . That ’s all they did . And

there ’s a big difference between

deciding and doing .

Question 2 : Your Right To Write

Question 3 : Neither . A ton is a

ton , no matter what it ’s made

up of , and they both weigh a

ton .

5 Frogs will be left.

2 Your right to write.

3 They both weigh the same.

1. Five

2. “Your Right To Write”

3. They’d weigh the same

1. Five frogs will be left. They decides to jump, not jumped off

2. Your Right To Write

3. None would weigh heavier

A ton is a ton

5 frogs

Your right to write

none,same weight

1. 5 are left. 4 frogs decided to jump off but didn’t jump.

2. Your Right to Write.

3. A ton of all materials are of same weight. Neither would be heavier.

None left.

Your Right To Write.

Both weigh the same; a ton’s a ton.

1. Five frogs left all `did’ nothing. `Doing’ is different from `just deciding’.

2. It is my right to write.

3. None is heavier. A ton remains a ton whatever it is.

1. none left

2. right to write

3. weight is same

Question 1: It remain five frogs because the four frogs make a decision but have not done it.

Question 2: YOUR RIGHT TO WRITE.

Question 3: None because a tone is a tone, a tone of feathers is also the same as a tone of stones.

what i meant in none left is that the five was still there none jumped off

The truth of this creative question remains that five frogs are still left because they took the decision together.

This is an interesting questions, but the truth is that five frogs are still left because they took the decision together.

1. 0

2. Your Right To Write

3. Ton of Feathers

Q1: Five frogs are left because the others only had the thought but haven’t taken action.

Q2: Your Right To Write.

Q3: Same weight because a tone means the same for both.

1. 5 frogs are left

2. Your Right To Write

3. They weigh the same

1. there are five frogs left

2.Your Right To Write

3. They are of the same weight.

1. Five little frogs

2. Your Right To Write

3. Neither would be heavier.

1.None will be left

2. Your Right To Write

3.None will be heavier.

1. 5 frogs

2. Your Right To Write

3. A ton is a ton (be it of feathers or of stones)

Answer to Q1: Five frogs because decision is different from action. They just decided.

Answer to Q2: Your Right To Write.

Answer to Q3: Neither is heavier. Since we are not given quantity, ton(which is a unit) is ton.

Question 1: Still Five Frogs; they decided to but I don’t think they ‘jumped’.

Question 2: The Title of your first eBook is “Your Right To Write”.

Question 3: A ton is mathematically 1016.05 kg. Be it of feathers or of stones, they will still weigh the same.

Answer 1: There will be five little frogs left.

Answer 2: Your Right to Write.

Answer 3: Neither a ton of feathers nor of stones is heavier.

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1.5 frogs are left

2. your right to write

3.neither would outweigh the other.a ton is a ton

Question one: Five. Because four “decided” to jump off. That’s all they did. they didn’t jump

.Question 2: Your Right To Write

Question 3: Neither. Aton is a ton, no matterwhat it’s made up of, and they both weigh aton.

Answer 1: only five(5) frogs would be left.

Answer 2: Your Right to Write by Muhammed Abdullahi Tosin

Answer 3: Neither the ton of feathers nor stone is heavier.

1.Five frogs will still remain.the four frogs just decided to jump,they never jumped.

2.Your right to write right.

3.Neither will weigh more, A ton is a ton

1. Five frogs.

2. Your Right To Write

3. They would weigh the same.

Ans 1 : All the 5 frogs remained.

Ans 2 : Your Right to Write

Ans 3 : None of them overweigh each other.

They are of the same weight.

1: To me, ‘decided to jump’ is the questionnaire’s way of telling of us they actually jumped. Frogs being what they’re, 4 of them can’t jump and the remaining one’ll stay; Frogs are naturally reactionary. So 0 frog will be left.

2: Your Right To Write

3: A Ton is a standard of measurement. So none is heavier than the other.

1. 0 Meaning none will be left

2. your right to write

3. neither will outweigh the other. a ton is a ton

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1. five frogs are left.

2. Your Right To Write

3. They weigh the same.

1: 5 frogs

2: your right to write

3: none would be heavier