How do you solve #183x<12# and graph the solution on a number line?
2 Answers
See the explanation.
Explanation:
Solve and graph:
Add
Subtract
Divide both sides by
Switch sides.
Graph a dashed vertical line at
graph{x>2 [10, 10, 5, 5]}
On the number line, an open circle is drawn on 2 with a ray drawn to the right.
Explanation:
Follow the same method as explained by Maeve60 to solve the inequality as
There are two types of graphs that can be drawn for inequalities:
 The 2dimensional graph on a set of axes as shown in the other answer
 A  1dimensional number line graph.
For this graph, an OPEN circle is drawn at 2 to indicate that 2 is NOT included in the solution, because
A ray is then drawn extending to the RIGHT indicating all the possible values of
Note that:

an open circle on a number line graph becomes a dashed line on a 2 D graph, and a ray becomes a shaded area.

If the solution had been
#x>= 2# , then a FULL or CLOSED dot would be used on the number line graph, and a SOLID line would be drawn on the xy graph