Begin by graphing the line y=3x+2. The simplest way to do this is to find two points on your graph that are on the line. Set x=0, and you have y = 3*0+2 =2, so the point (0,2) is on the line. Set x=1 and you have y=3*1+2 = 5, so the point (1,5) is also on the line. Draw a line through these two points. Make sure you draw the line in pencil, as a strict inequality means the line itself is not a part of the inequality. To graph the inequality you need only shade in the area above the line you just drew through the points.