This is one of those puzzles in which a plurality
There are two or three positions into which
frogs may jump so as to form five rows with four in each row, but the
case I have given is the most satisfactory arrangement.
The frogs that have jumped have left their astral
behind, in order
to show the reader the positions which they originally
the frog in the middle of the upper row, suffering from rheumatism, as
explained in the Frogs
and Tumblers solution, makes the shortest
jump of all—a little distance between the two rows;
Wilhelmina leap from the ends of the lower row to some distance N. by
N.W. and N. by N.E. respectively;
while the frog in the middle of the
lower row, whose name the Professor forgot to state, goes direct S.