You first have to prove that the 2 vectors are linearly independent. To do that, recall the definition of linear dependence for 2 vectors. What does it mean for 2 vectors to be linearly dependent? If it doesn't satisfy that definition, and if none of the vectors is the zero vector, then you would have 2 linearly independent vectors.
If you have only 1 linearly independent vector, then the linear span of that vector would be a line.
The linear span of 2 linearly independent vectors is a plane in R^n.