Tina's world is a grid of squares like the one we sometimes use to graph in Algebra and Geometry.

We can tell Tina to go directly to a specific point on the graph. This makes it easy to teach her to draw something!

The grid goes from -200 to 200 in both directions. You can send Tina to points outside her grid, but then you won't see what she's doing.

Play around drawing with Tina. Send her to other points on the grid with a new line like this:


You can pick whatever numbers you want, but they must be between -200 and 200 for you to see them.

Thanks to Trinket.io for providing this assignment, part of their Hour of Python (opens new window) course.