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The school superintendent mixed up four students' attendance records (Madison, Cameron, Amber, and Grace). The superintendent knows the number of days absent (12, 28, 16, and 4) and the number of days late (12, 8, 2, and 4), but does not know how to match the number of days absent and late with each student.

Figure out how many days each student was late and absent.
The school was in session for two hundred thirty days.

 1 The ratio of the number of days Grace was late to the number of days Amber was late is 2:3. 2 The ratio of Madison being late to the number of days the school is in session is 1:115. 3 The ratio of Cameron being absent to being in school is 8:107. 4 The ratio of Amber being absent to being in school is 6:109. 5 The ratio of the number of absences by Cameron to the number of absences by Madison is 4:7. 6 The person that was absent twenty-eight days, was late two days.