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Name _____________________________ | Date _______________ |

The EdHelper track team has six members: Nicole, Savannah, Dylan, Abigail, Alyssa, and Kayla. Today, they each walked and ran. The coach calculated the distance each walked (0.69, 0.084, 0.833, 0.609, 0.069, and 0.056 miles) and ran (8.25, 4.95, 6.2, 9.1, 10.6, and 3.32 miles). The coach forgot to write down the names next to the distances.

Figure out the distance that each person walked and ran.

1. |
Alyssa walked sixty-nine hundredths of a mile. | |

2. |
The person that walked eight hundred thirty-three thousandths of a mile, ran four and ninety-five hundredths miles | |

3. |
The number of miles walked by Savannah, rounded to the nearest tenth, was one tenth of a mile. | |

4. |
Nicole was not the one who ran eight and twenty-five hundredths miles. | |

5. |
Nicole was not the one who walked fifty-six thousandths of a mile. | |

6. |
Dylan walked less than eight hundred thirty-three thousandths of a mile. | |

7. |
The number of miles walked by Nicole, rounded to the nearest tenth, was one tenth of a mile. | |

8. |
Savannah ran more than three and thirty-two hundredths miles. | |

9. |
The number of miles walked by Kayla, rounded to the nearest tenth, was eight tenths of a mile. | |

10. |
The person that walked eighty-four thousandths of a mile, ran three and thirty-two hundredths miles | |

11. |
Abigail was not the one who ran six and two tenths miles. | |

12. |
Dylan was not the one who walked fifty-six thousandths of a mile. | |

13. |
Nicole walked less than sixty-nine hundredths of a mile. | |

14. |
Kayla was not the one who walked fifty-six thousandths of a mile. | |

15. |
The person that walked sixty-nine hundredths of a mile, ran ten and six tenths miles | |

16. |
Abigail ran less than eight and twenty-five hundredths miles. | |

17. |
The person that walked six hundred nine thousandths of a mile, ran nine and one tenth miles | |

18. |
The person that walked fifty-six thousandths of a mile, ran eight and twenty-five hundredths miles |