# How do you solve and graph # x - 3 > 2#?

Solve and graph: x - 3 > 2

Ans: x > 5

x - 3 > 2 x > 2 + 3 x > 5

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To solve and graph the inequality (x - 3 > 2), follow these steps:

- Add 3 to both sides of the inequality: (x - 3 + 3 > 2 + 3).
- Simplify: (x > 5).

To graph this inequality on a number line:

- Draw a number line.
- Mark a point at 5.
- Draw an arrow to the right of 5 to represent all values of (x) greater than 5.

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