Question #f06ea

2 Answers
Aug 21, 2017

Answer:

See a solution process below:

Explanation:

First we can draw a vertical line at #2# on the x-axis.

Because there is no "or equal to" clause in the inequality operator the line will be a dashed line.

Because the inequality operator is a "greater than" operator we will shaded to the right of the line.

graph{x>2}

Aug 21, 2017

Answer:

Plot a graph showing all points of #x# greater than, but not equal to, 2.

Explanation:

This graph would show all values of #x# greater than, but not equal to, 2. (eg 3, 4, 5.5, #pi# etc).

You would plot a dotted line at #x# = 2 (the dotted line shows #x# > 2 (2 is not part of the solution), a solid line would show #x# #>=# 2). Then shade the area to the right of the line to indicate that all values of #x# > 2 are part of the solution.

graph{x>2 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}