#### Answer

$$ (-\infty, -3), (1,\infty)$$

#### Work Step by Step

To graph a one-variable inequality, first use the rules of inequalities to solve the inequality. (Recall, when multiplying or dividing by a negative number, the inequality sign must be flipped.) Next, shade the region that satisfies the inequality. At the end points, if the end point is included, use a solid dot. Otherwise, do not fill the dot in. The solution to the inequality is:
$$ (-\infty, -3), (1,\infty)$$