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Dr. Scills has mixed up her medical files. She has one sheet with a list of her patients (Christina, Caleb, Kylie, and Christian), another sheet has their height in inches (50, 71, 54, and 69), another has their weight in pounds (169, 109, 108, and 138), and a final sheet of paper has their systolic blood pressure in millimeters of mercury (114, 144, 138, and 143).

Can you help Dr. Scills organize her records so that she has a correct match among her patients and their records? She recalls the following facts:

An optimal systolic blood pressure is less than 120 mm Hg, a normal systolic blood pressure is less than 130 mm Hg, a high normal systolic blood pressure is between 130 and 139 mmHg, and a person's blood pressure is considered high if the systolic reading is 140 or higher.

 1 Christina's systolic blood pressure is neither one hundred forty-four nor one hundred thirty-eight mm Hg. 2 Kylie is less than five feet tall. 3 The person who weighs one hundred sixty-nine pounds has optimal blood pressure. 4 Christian weight is either one hundred nine or one hundred eight pounds. 5 Caleb's systolic blood pressure is either one hundred fourteen or one hundred forty-three mm Hg. 6 The person that weighs the least does not have the highest blood pressure. 7 The person who is 69 inches tall does not weigh either one hundred nine or one hundred eight pounds. 8 Caleb's systolic blood pressure is neither one hundred thirty-eight nor one hundred forty-four mm Hg. 9 Christian's systolic blood pressure is neither one hundred forty-three nor one hundred fourteen mm Hg. 10 Kylie weight is either one hundred eight or one hundred nine pounds. 11 Christina's systolic blood pressure is either one hundred fourteen or one hundred forty-three mm Hg. 12 Kylie has high normal blood pressure. 13 Christina's systolic blood pressure is not one hundred fourteen mm Hg. 14 Christian height is either 71 inches or 50 inches tall. 15 Christian has high blood pressure. 16 The person that weighs one hundred thirty-eight pounds is 54 inches tall. 17 Christian has the highest blood pressure. 18 The person that weighs the most does not have the highest blood pressure. 19 Kylie's systolic blood pressure is not one hundred forty-three mm Hg.