# How do you graph the inequality y> x + 9?

First, graph it as a regular line, $y = x + 9$. Then, in order to find out which side you should shade, you should plug in a point. Let's use $\left(0 , 0\right)$ to make things easier.
Plugging in these coordinates for $y$ and $x$ back into the original inequality would yield the equation $0 > 0 + 9 = 0 > 9$. This is clearly not true, so you would shade the side that does NOT include $\left(0 , 0\right)$. graph{y>x+9 [-12.5, 7.5, -3.36, 6.64]}