## College Algebra (10th Edition)

Interval Notation: $[ 2, +\infty)$. Inequality Form: $x \ge 2$
The graph involves an open bracket. This means that the number where the bracket is located is included in the interval. The graph goes to the right of $2$ without bound. This means that the upper limit is $+\infty$. The graph covers all the numbers from $2$ to the right. This means that the interval is $[ 2, +\infty)$. The inequality equivalent of this is $x \ge 2$.