How graph inequality x ≥ - 6 on  the number line? The link: http://i50.tinypic.com/muzpf5.jpg

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You need to draw the number and you need to put the origin and the negative integer numbers, to the left side of origin. Hence, -6 is found on the left side of origin.

You need to place a filled circle on the number -6 since the inequality also contains...

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You need to draw the number and you need to put the origin and the negative integer numbers, to the left side of origin. Hence, -6 is found on the left side of origin.

You need to place a filled circle on the number -6 since the inequality also contains the equal sign, hence, the number -6 is included.

Since the values of x that satisfy the inequality are larger than -6, you need to arrow that points to the right on origin, as the draw below shows it:

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