This video shows the method to make a line graph. First step involves drawing a horizontal and vertical line joined at one end. We have to plot the maximum and minimum temperatures during 5 days. Label the vertical with the temperatures(10, 20, 30...50) and the horizontal line with the days of the week(Monday....Friday). Label the vertical line as 'Temperature' and the horizontal line with 'Day of the week'. Plot the temperatures selecting the day from the horizontal line and marking at the corresponding point by seeing the vertical line. After all the points have been plotted, join the points with a line. Repeat the procedure for minimum temperatures. This completes the task.
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