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How do you graph x>-13/2

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It depends whether you want to graph that on a number plane or a number line.
Usually if it just says graph x>-13/2, then it's a on a number plane, not a number line.

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It can be on number line since there is only one variable. Just because the variable is x does not mean we should use number plane. But again, you're right, it does depend. What subject are you on? @Ben103
algebra 2
how would you graph x<-13/4
For you @Ben103 , it's a number line then. So @geerky42 got you covered.
would it be going left opened circle?
I think you should use number plane. Algebra 2 usually focuses on inequality, which usually have two variables. |dw:1358041581217:dw| Does this help you? Need any more examples?
so its a closed circle?
going right?
For number line, use open circle, for plane, use dashed line. ">" only mean greater than, so it does not include the number itself. Yes it goes right. Is it clear?
its closed circle no?
ok opened circle going right. correct?
I just use dot so you know it's -13/2. Just use dashed line. If you use number line, then no, it's not closed circle, it's opened. Which one do you use?
Don't use circle if you use plane. Just dashed line.
its x<-13/4
and it goes to the right correct?
x<-13/4 goes left.
< goes left, > goes right.
ok. And does the line start before the -4 or after it?
*-5 i mean.
In graphs, all you have to put are important features. you don't need to write a 4 or a 5. Just write -13/4. Unrelevant features does not give you extra marks.

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