Standard Form of a line is:
Ax + By = C where A is a positive integer, and B, and C are integers.
So we have a few conditions we must meet.
We can plug those numbers into our slope-intercept equation (Y= M * X + B) where M is the slope and B is the Y-intercept.
We will first use the points to solve for B, and then convert that to Standard Form:
Solve for B:
1 = 2 * (-5) + B
1 - ( 2 * (-5) ) = B
1 + 10 = B = 11
Convert to Standard Form:
Y = 2 * X + 11 ; Subtract Y from both sides to keep A positive
0 = 2 * X - Y + 11; Subtract 11 from both sides
-11 = 2X - Y
2X - Y = -11
A = 2
B = -1
C = -11
-11 = 2 (-5) - (1) = -11