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Anthony and Daniel went on a
driving tour to Luxor and Aswan and took turns driving. Each day, Anthony drove for at
least four hours and no more than eight hours, while Daniel drove at least two hours
and less than seven hours. The total time they drove daily was
no more than 12 hours. State the system of inequalities
that describes the situation using π₯ to represent the number of hours that Anthony
drove and π¦ to represent the number of hours that Daniel drove.

In this question, we are told to
let π₯ represent the number of hours that Anthony drove and π¦ represent the numbers
that Daniel drove. We are given information about both
drivers together with the total time they drove. Letβs begin by considering Anthony,
we are told that he drove for at least four hours and no more than eight hours each
day. This means that π₯ must be greater
than or equal to four and less than or equal to eight.

We are told that Daniel drove at
least two hours and less than seven hours. This means that π¦ must be greater
than or equal to two and less than seven. It is important to note that we
have a strict inequality at the upper end, as Daniel drove less than seven
hours. Finally, we are told that the total
time they drove daily was no more than 12 hours. This total time will be the sum of
π₯ and π¦. And we therefore have the
inequality π₯ plus π¦ is less than or equal to 12.

The system of inequalities that
describes the situation is π₯ is greater than or equal to four and less than or
equal to eight, π¦ is greater than or equal to two and less than seven, and π₯ plus
π¦ is less than or equal to 12. Whilst it is not required in this
question, we could also model the situation graphically.