# How do you graph the inequality y > x - 3?

Oct 15, 2015

See the explanation below.

#### Explanation:

$y > x - 3$

Determine two points by substituting values for $x$ and solving for $y$. Then plot the points and draw a dashed straight line through the points to indicate that they are not part of the inequality. Shade in the area above the line.

$x = 0 ,$ $y = - 3$
$x = 3 ,$ $y = 0$

graph{y>x-3 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}