MATH PLZ HELP

I baked two dozen cookies (24)for my friends. After they came out of the oven at 2:00, I wait for them to cool. When playing video games, one friend says he needs to use the bathroom. he instead goes to the kitchen and steals one cookie. To have an excuse for going to the bathroom, he gets a half gallon of water and puts it next to where he plays Video games. every 15 minutes, he says he needs to go to the bathroom, but then steals another cookie. We will start eating the cookies at 7:00. will My friends and I be able to eat any cookies at 7:00?

I do not know how to do this!!!

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  1. there are 3 friends staying at my house.

    forgot that piece of info.

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  2. 4 cookies an hour times 5 hours = 20 cookies

  3. I said one friend. not all of us combined
    I also said that one person steals a cookie every 15 min. srry for the confusion

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  4. This kid is taking a cookie every 15 minutes so he's taking 4 cookies an hour. He started at 2:00 and ended at 7:00 -- that's 5 hours. So he's eaten 20 cookies.

  5. one every 15 minutes is 4 per hour

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    posted by Damon
  6. oh, thankyou:)

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  7. You're welcome.

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