# How do you graph x >= -2?

Mar 10, 2018

see below

#### Explanation:

graph{x >= -2 [-11.25, 11.25, -5.625, 5.625]}
all the shaded area satisfies the equation $x \ge - 1$

Mar 10, 2018

All points on the $x y -$plane where $x \ge - 2 \forall y \in \mathbb{R}$
An area to the right of and including the vertical line through the point $\left(- 2 , 0\right)$

#### Explanation:

$x \ge - 2$

First let's consider the limiting case where $x = - 2$.
This can be represented graphically on the $x y -$plane as a vertival line through the point $\left(- 2 , 0\right)$

Now, $x \ge - 2$ can be represented by the area positive ("right") of that line and the line itself for all $y \in \left(- \infty , + \infty\right)$

This area is indicated as shaded area below extended beyond all bounds in $y \mathmr{and} {x}^{+}$

graph{x>=-2 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}