#### Answer

We draw a line that goes through the point $(0,6)$ and the point $(5,4)$.

#### Work Step by Step

Using the method in example three, we first put the equation in slope-intercept form. $y = \frac{-2}{5}x +6$
We then graph the y-intercept, which in this case is $(0,6)$.
Next, knowing that the slope is equal to rise over run (the slope is -2/5 in this case), we go down 2 and over 5 to the point $(5,4)$. We then draw a line through both of the points that we graphed.
We draw a line that goes through the point $(0,6)$ and the point $(5,4)$.