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

First, graph parabola y= ${x}^{2}$ and the straight line y=2. The parabola, which would open upwards, would have its vertex at (0,0), axis of symmetry being the y axis. The region of inequality would lie to outer side of the curve and upper side of the line y=2. Both the line y=2 and the curve of the parabola need to be dotted, as neither of them form part of the inequality.