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posted by jockalyn quswbey .
if gunnar gives me a cookie, i will have twice as many cookies. if i give gunnar a cookie, we will have the same number of cookies. how many cookies do i have and how many cookies do gunnar have?

He has 3, you have one.

Gunnar has 5 cookies, and you have 7 cookies.
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