5th grade math
posted by malik .
A donkey and a mule were carrying bags of corn. If the mule gave the donkey 1 bag, they would have the same number. if the donkey gave the mule 1 bag, the mule would have twice as many bags as the donkey. how many bags is each carryung?

mule has 7 and donkey has 5
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