You are actually correct, the formatting of the vertical axis in the solution graph has resulted in the vertical (Peak Height) values written below the actually gridline it is referring to - you can see the same for peak height values of 5, 10 and 15.
Using the linear equation formula $y=mx+c$ for the 3 known values yields a relationship of:
$$P = 0.25C$$
(Where $P$ is Peak height and $C$ is concentration)
Substituting the known peak height for the 4th value:
Which is exactly where it is shown on the graph in the answer.