How do you graph the inequality #x≥6#?

1 Answer
Oct 19, 2015

It depends of where you need to solve it. Assuming that the two options are #\mathbb{R}# or #\mathbb{R}^2# (i.e. the line or the plane), the behaviour is the same: the inequality is solved by all the points whose #x#-coordinate is bigger than or equal to 6.

So, in the line the solution would look like this, while in the plane it looks like

graph{x>=6 [-18.02, 18.03, -9.01, 9.01]}