# Graph the solution set of the system of inequalities:x+y>2x+y<-3

Graph the solution set of the system of inequalities:
$x+y>2$
$x+y<-3$

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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 $x+y=-3$.