# How do you solve and write the following in interval notation: 2-x< -5?

Interval Notation : $\left(7 , \infty\right) .$
Adding $x + 5$ on both sides of the given inequality, we find,
$2 - x + x + 5 < - 5 + x + 5 ,$ i.e., $7 < x .$
In Interval Notation, this is written as $\left(7 , \infty\right) .$