# How do you graph the inequality -4<x<=4?

##### 1 Answer
Aug 26, 2017

See a solution process below:

#### Explanation:

We can rewrite this system of inequalities as:

$x > - 4$ and $x \le 4$

To graph this we will draw vertical lines at $- 4$ and $4$ on the horizontal access to mark the boundaries of the inequalities.

The line at $- 4$ will be a dashed line because the inequality operator does not contain an "or equal to" clause which means the line is not part of the solution set.

The line at $4$ will be a solid line because the inequality operator does contain an "or equal to" clause which means the line is part of the solution set.

We will shade between the two lines.