#### Answer

See the graph below.

#### Work Step by Step

If we interpret the slope, we can say that if $m=-\frac{2}{5}$, then for every $5$ units of change in $x$ (also known as the run), $y$ changes by $-2$ (also known as the rise). Using that, we can calculate one more point on the line. By connecting them, we will end up with the line.
The starting point is given $(1,3)$, after that, we have to add the aforementioned changes to the x and y-coordinates.
Next point can be:
$(1+5,3-2)=(6,1)$
By sketching these two points on the graph, we can connect them to form the line given in the exercise.