A **line graph** uses points connected by lines to show

how a quantity changes in value, often over time.

In the graph that represents the amount Emilia has saved, the number of months is on the *x*-axis, and the amount she has saved is on the

*y*-axis.

So, in the graph, the point above Month 1 is at 13, the point above Month 2 is at 25, the point above Month 3 is at 40, the point above Month 4 is at 47, and the point above Month 5 is at 53.

The graph below represents the data in the table.

The dot above month 5 is at $53, and the dot above month 2 is at $25.

Subtract $25 from $53 to find how much more Emilia had saved in month 5 than in month 2.