# How would I graph x > -2 on a coordinate plane?

The equation $x = - 2$ has a graph that is a vertical line with all $x$-coordinates equal to $- 2$.
The collection of points with $x$-coordinate (strictly) greater that $- 2$ is to the right of this line.
The graph of the inequality is shaded in blue. The vertical line $x = - 2$ is dashed rather than solid to indicate that the line is not included.