# How do you graph the inequality x<–2?

You first draw the line $x = - 2$. Then everything left of that line is part of the solution space.
Because of the $<$ this means that the line itself is not included.
The line $x = 2$ is a vertical line through $\left(- 2 , 0\right)$ and holds all the points $\left(- 2 , y\right)$, where $y$ may have any value.