The first equation is in standard form, which we can graph by finding the intercepts:
The second equation is in point-slope form. We can graph this equation by rewriting it in slope-intercept form to get
and then graphing:
These lines are parallel, which means they will never intersect. They will always be able to glance over and wave at the other, but they will never be able to shake hands or slow dance. A pity, because they can tear it up on the dance floor.
There is no solution to the system of linear equations.