Hello, lizard4!
Okay, here it is in babysteps . . .
Solve by graphing: .
Graph the first inequality . . .
Graph the line: .
. . It has intercepts: . .Draw the line.
Solve the inequality for
Since it is " ", shade the region below the line. Code:

* 
:::* 
::::::o 3/2
::::::::*
:::::::::::* 3
:::+:::::o
::::::::::::::::::*
:::::::::::::::::::::*
::::::::::::::::::::::::*
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::*

Graph the second inequality . . .
Graph the line: .
. . It has intercepts: . . .Draw the line.
Solve the inequality for
. . (When multiplying or dividing by a negative,
. . . reverse the inequality . . . remember?]
Since it is " ", shade the region above the line. Code:

:::::::::::::::::::::::::*
:::::::::::::::::::::::*
:::::::::::::::::::::*
:::::::::::::::::::*
:::::::::::::::::*
:::+:::::o
:::::::::::::* 3
:::::::::::*
:::::::::*
:::::::*
::::::o 2
::::* 
::* 
* 
The solution is the region that has been shaded twice. Code:

*  *
:::*  *
::::::o 3/2 *
::::::::* *
:::::::::::* *
:::+:::::o
:::::::::::::* 3 *
:::::::::::* *
:::::::::* *
:::::::* *
::::::o 2
::::* 
::* 
* 