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How would you graph the inequality x > -5

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    If you are on a number line, draw an open small circle at x= -5, then a line to the right of -5 with an arrow on the line

    If you graphing in the xy-plane, draw a dotted line at x = -5 and shade in the region to the right of that line

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    The region to the right of the x = -5 vertical line should be indicated as the solution region, by crosshatching, coloring or shading that region, or by blacking out the other region to the left of x=-5

    See http://www.purplemath.com/modules/ineqgrph.htm for some ideas

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