# How do you graph y>6x-2?

##### 1 Answer
Nov 29, 2017

The graph should look like this: graph{6x-2 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}
with the left side colored in.

#### Explanation:

First, think of $y > 6 x - 2$ as $y = 6 x - 2$ and graph the slope, which has the $y$ -intercept of -2 and the slope of $\frac{6}{1}$ (6 up, 1 to the right)

Then, we plug a value in the inequality(let's go for 1)

$y > 6 \left(1\right) - 2$ or $y > 4$

We see that all the y values are greater than 4 when x is equal to 1, when it is located at the left side of the slope.

Therefore, color in the left side of the slope.