anonymous
  • anonymous
!!SOLVE!! Miguel also uses the stair machine and the rowing machine at the gym for an exercise program. His trainer wants him on an exercise program that meets these three conditions: 1) Miguel will spend at most 60 minutes working out at the gym. 2) Miguel will exercise for at least 30 minutes, dividing his time between the stair machine and the rowing machine. 3) Miguel will spend at least twice as much time on the stair machine as on the rowing machine, Questions A. Define two variables to represent the amounts of time miguel can spend on the 2 exercise machines. B. Write a system of 3..
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
..... inequalities that describe the relationship between the amounts of time miguel spends on the 2 machines. C. Graph the system of equations
Jack1
  • Jack1
so... im not great at these, but here we go: y = time on stair machine x = time on rowing machine 1st inequality x+y must be less than 60? x+y < 60 is that right?
Jack1
  • Jack1
@Brandon1001 is that right dude... i'm not awesome at inequalities, sáll

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well it would be \[ x+y \le 60\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
i belive
Jack1
  • Jack1
true, greater than or equal to, my bad ummm... k, so 2nd 2. Miguel will exercise for at least 30 minutes, dividing his time between the stair machine and the rowing machine. so x + y must be greater than 30 2nd eqn : 30
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah i guess
Jack1
  • Jack1
3) Miguel will spend at least twice as much time on the stair machine as on the rowing machine, so if y = time on stair machine x = time on rowing machine then 3rd eqn is something like: y>or=2x ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sure
Jack1
  • Jack1
hey dude, graphed it for u, looks like this section is the one u want
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