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company A:1/5
company B:4/25
company C:2/5
company D:3/20

BILL AND ANDY WERE RACING TO SEE WHO COULD RUN THE FARTHEST IN 14 MINUTES. BILL RAN 1 5/8 OF A MILE, AND ANDY RAN 1 3/4 OF A MILE. HOW MUCH FARTHER DID ANDY RUN THAN BILL?

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  1. I did two of these problems for you. Now it's your turn. I'll be glad to check your answers.

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