How do you graph the inequality #x>7#?

1 Answer
Sep 25, 2016

X is uniform throughout, meaning the value stays the same while the y value changes.


graph{x > 7 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}
The equation states that the value of x is greater than 7. So, on the graph, the value of x stays the same throughout, greater than 7. The line is dashed because it does not include 7. Everything to the right of the dashed line is shaded because those are the possible solutions for x, anything greater than 7.