# How do you graph the inequality -y<2?

Draw the horizontal line for $- y = 2$ (that is $y = - 2$) on a graph.
It might be useful to note $- y < 2$ is equivalent to $y \succ 2$
Shade the area above this line as the collection of points represented by $- y < 2$
(I've used a different color than that used for the $y = - 2$ to shade the area as a way of indicating that the points on the line are not part of the solution. Different teachers/institutions have different standards for this (some use dashed lines; some put small hollow circles on the line; find out what your local standard is).