i suppose you want to graph a straight line? if you get the equation of the line, could you take it from there?

here's how we get the equation:

method 1:use the point-slope form and solve for y.

the equation of a line with slope passing through a point is given by

plug in your values and solve for y

method 2:use the slope-intercept form, plug in your knowns and solve for the unknown.

recall that the equation of a line is , where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept

you know m and you know and x value and its corresponding y-value. so plug those in and solve for b. then you can write the equation of the line

can you continue?