# Mystery media thanksgiving graph help or just math help?

I have a math worksheet that is from mystery media and is called "youre invited to thanksgiving dinner". it has a bunch of points I need to graph and then end up with this pic of a turkey.

the instructions say "connect consecutive points with straight lines. start new line after word stop"

then it has things like this:

(6,9)

(6,8)

(7,9)

Stop

(-11,-7)

(-11,-10)

(-12,-7)

(-8,-5)

Stop

and so on

so what i want to know is how do i graph them

do I connect all dots or do I connect them in order like connect the dots or what?

do I have just the lines on the same line or do i have diagonals

• It looks like you draw a line through all the points in one group – the few numbers before each stop, like (6,9), (6,8), and (7,9) would be a right angle.

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Mystery media thanksgiving graph help or just math help?

I have a math worksheet that is from mystery media and is called "youre invited to thanksgiving dinner". it has a bunch of points I need to graph and then end up with this pic of a turkey.

the instructions say "connect consecutive points with straight lines. start new line after word stop"

then…

• I wasn’t sure if the people at the dinner can be married or not. If yes, here is the solution: Grandmother= Victoria Victoria’s children= Kaylee, Cody, Megan Kaylee is married to James with 3 children: Katherine, Noah, and Ashley Cody is not married, and has no children Megan is married to Dylan and has no children If none are married, here is the solution: Grandmother= Victoria Victoria’s children= Kaylee, Cody, Megan, James, Dylan Kaylee has 2 children: Noah and Ashley Cody has no children Megan has no children James has 1 child: Katherine

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• i would say to just connect each group… if it doesn’t look right afterwards then connect everything together, but it sounds like your just supposed to connect each group of points