Put an open circle on -6 and then draw an arrow pointing to the left (less than).
Put an open circle on -6 and then draw An arrow towards the positive numbers
Draw an open circle on -6 then draw an arrow over all the numbers greater than -6.
An open circle and a line
You would circle -6 and draw a line towards the positive numbers
I would put an open circle on -6 then draw a less than line
You would circle -6 and make an arrow going in front of -6
O the negative 6 and put a line pointing left
Put a circle around the -6 and draw the arrow to the right
Circle -6 on the number line, then draw a arow from -6 towrds the positive numbers.
Make an open circle around -6 and draw an arrow to the right
You circle it not dot it and go to the right because X is bigger
Circle -6 and draw an arrow going to the right from -6
You would circle -6 and make a line that goes to the right
Draw an open circle around the 6 mark. And draw an arrow pointing to the right
Circle-6 and then draw a line going to anything higher than -6
Put the dot on -6 and make the arrow go to the right
Draw an empty circle on negative six and then write an arrow going to the right (or up in numbers)
Go on the graph and put a dot on the -6 marker and put a line going to +20
I would go to the number -6, then I would circle that number, then point an arrow towards all the numbers greater than -6. Voila I'm done.
We'll you know you would be in the negatives so then you find -6 and circle it then you are going to draw a line going right because x is greater than -6
Get a graph
Find -5 on the graph
Then split the -10 and -5 in half
Then slit the halves into halves
Then find the line closest to the -5
And that is -6
First I would drawl the number line and then I would find -6 and since X is is greater than -6 I would go down.
I would put a solid dot on six And then an arrow pointing to the right of six
You would graph it by putting a solid circle on the positive 6 and making an arrow going to the left
I mean right