Okay so nobody even attempted to answer the question, I guess maybe you're worried there is a trick to it. You're right, so here it is again.
Three frogs are sitting on a rock next to the water. One frog decides to jump in the water. How many frogs are still on the rock?
The answer is three, the frog only "decides" to jump- but it does not say that he does it.
I am working on "jumping" and following through with the decisions I make. Is there something you've made the decision to do, but haven't yet jumped for?