Solutions of in-equations, Mathematics

How can I solve the in-equations? Assist me.

 

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The solutions sets of in-equations frequently have many elements. In a number of cases they have infinite elements.

Example

Solve and graph the following in-equation

x - 2 > 2 ;   x ⊂ w : whereas x is a subset of w

Solution

 x - 2 > 2 so     x - 2 + 2 > 2 + 2

Hence x>4

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