# How do you graph #y<x^2#?

##### 1 Answer

Apr 3, 2015

Well, first of all consider the associated equation

graph{x^2 [-10.17, 9.83, -1.88, 8.12]}

But the graph in blue is nothing but the set

This means that, taken any

We are doing nothing but describing with words the part of the plan below the graph, as shown -- so everything in the blue part (excluding the graph itself) is part of the solution.

graph{y< x^2 [-10.17, 9.83, -1.88, 8.12]}