Hi Alyssa.
First, "solve" for x in both inequalities:
2x > 6 is the same as 3 < x.
and
x  4 < 3 is the same as x < 7
The situation is that both of these statements are true at the same time, so 3 < x < 7. In other words, x has a value between 3 and 7, but not including exactly 3 or 7.
To "graph" this, you would use a number line and mark 3 to the left of 7 and draw circles that are not filled in (to indicate that exactly 3 and 7 are not included), and thicken the line between the circles (to indicate this range is the solution). Here's how I would draw it:
Stephen La Rocque.>
