# How would you graph the inequality x > -4?

Graph is a set of points on a plane with Cartesian coordinates $\left(x , y\right)$ that satisfy certain condition (like an equation, or an inequality).
In our case the condition is $x > - 4$ with no restrictions for $y$. That means that any point with Cartesian coordinates $\left(x , y\right)$, where $x > - 4$ and any $y$ would be a part of this graph. This is not a curve on a plane, but an entire area.
Draw a vertical line through point $x = - 4$ on the X-axis. All points of a plane that lie on this line satisfy the condition $x = - 4$. All points of the plane to the left of this line satisfy the inequality $x < - 4$ and, finally, all points to the right of this line satisfy the inequality $x > - 4$. This latter set represents a graph we need.