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 Question 98449: graph solution set of x>3Answer by jim_thompson5910(28504)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Start with the given inequality: Set up a number line: Now plot the point x=3 on the number line Now pick any test point you want, I'm going to choose x=0, and test the inequality Plug in Since this inequality is not true, we simply shade the entire portion that does not contain the point x=0 using the point x=3 as the boundary. This means we shade everything to the right of the point x=3 like this: Graph of with the shaded region in blue note: at the point x=3, there is an open circle. This means the point x=3 is excluded from the solution set.