# SOLUTION: how would the number line look for the inequality notation x>-3 (that is a negative three)

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 Question 202616: how would the number line look for the inequality notation x>-3 (that is a negative three)Answer by stanbon(57323)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!how would the number line look for the inequality notation x>-3 (that is a negative three) --------------- Draw a horizontal line. Pick a point and label it "0" Pick a point to the left of "0" and label it "-3" Draw an open circle around that point Draw an arrow starting at the open circle and extending to the right. -------------- That is the graph of x > -3 ================================== Cheers, Stan H.