Step 1

It is given that,

\(x+3>x+2\)

Here on both side of the inequality positive quantities added so it doesn't matter whatever the value of the 'x', you will always found that the expression is always correct for each real value. Real value can be any negative, positive or in decimals.

Step 2

It is well known that the set is real numbers is defined as,

\([-\infty,\ \infty]\)

It is given that,

\(x+3>x+2\)

Here on both side of the inequality positive quantities added so it doesn't matter whatever the value of the 'x', you will always found that the expression is always correct for each real value. Real value can be any negative, positive or in decimals.

Step 2

It is well known that the set is real numbers is defined as,

\([-\infty,\ \infty]\)