Sheldon is baking 2inch cookies. He has 3 trays that are the same size. On one tray, he makes 5 rows with 4 cookies in each row. He cannot fit any more cookies on the tray. He fills the second tray completely and only part of the third tray. How many cookies could Sheldon have made?
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