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Step-by-step explanation:

Think of the < and > signs as arrow marks

Whichever direction the arrows pointing, that's where you should plot.

The line graph shown goes rightwards, so use the sign that looks like it's pointing right. (>)

Finally, don't use the greater than or equal to sign because the circle isn't colored in. This means that it doesn't include 10, only numbers higher than 10.
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