line plot

based on those numbers,so it should look like this:
Models made in May
1 0
2 x
3 x
4 x
5 xxx
6 xxxx
7 x
8 xxx
<-1--2--3--4--5--6--7--8->, this is actually my third grade childs homework. i have been out of scool a long time, and obviously im having a difficult time! thanks for the help!

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