Supply & Demand Graph, Macroeconomics

Ok, so the supply curve for goal in the U.S. is perfectly elastic, while the demand curve has the usual shape. In 2011, the U.S. used 1,003 million tons of coal at an average price of $37 per ton. How would you graph something like that?
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