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A water tank has steps inside it.a monkey is sitting on the topmost step.the water level is at the ninth step. 1.He jumps 3 steps down and than jumps back 2 steps up.in how many jumps will he reach the water level? 2. After drinking water he wants to go back. For thishe jumps 4 steps up and then jumps back 2 steps down in every move.in how many jumps will he reach back to the top step?

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It is a trick question sort of. The frog reaches water on the 6th jump before it has to jump back 2 steps for that turn.

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