Algebra 1

$(-2,\infty)$
Since -2 is not included in the solution set, the left delimiter in the interval notation is a parenthesis, and the endpoint of the graph is an open circle. Since x can be any number greater than -2, the right number in the interval notation is $\infty$, and the right delimiter is a parenthesis. On the graph, the arrow continues to the right to infinity.