# How do you graph the inequality #x<4#?

See below.

graph{x<4 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

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To graph the inequality ( x < 4 ), follow these steps:

- Draw a number line.
- Mark a point at the value 4 on the number line.
- Since the inequality is ( x < 4 ), the solution includes all numbers less than 4 but does not include 4 itself.
- Shade the portion of the number line to the left of the point representing 4.
- You can use an open circle at the point 4 to indicate that it is not included in the solution set.

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