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Since it is a great than and not a greater than or equal to, there would be no solid line at the edge. If we try y = 1000, it is true for small x, so the line must be above.

Answer a and d look like they have solid lines, and that is not correct.

Answer b shades below, so that's incorrect as well.

Looking at c, that looks to not have a solid line with the area shaded above the line,

so that one looks right to me. Agree?

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