Graph of the solution of the inequality \(x+y>2\) is the region above the line \(x+y=2\). The points on the line x+y=2 are not solutions of the inequality as it is a strict inequality.

So we draw a dotted line for the line \(x+y=2.\)

Similarly, the graph of the solution of the inequality \(x+y<−3\) is the region below the line \(x+y=−3\). The points on the line \(x+y=−3\) are not solutions of the inequality as it is a strict inequality.

So we draw a dotted line for the line \(x+y=−3\).