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Data Session 3, Part A: Organizing Data in a Stem and Leaf Plot
 
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Session 3, Part A:
Organizing Data in a Stem and Leaf Plot

In This Part:
How Long Is a Minute? | Making a Stem and Leaf Plot | Ordering a Stem and Leaf Plot
Interpreting the Stem and Leaf Plot | Grouping by Fives | Ordering Low and High

If we work through the entire data set, our initial stem and leaf plot looks like this:

complete stem and leaf plot

The final step in creating a stem and leaf plot is to order the data within each stem. For example, the first stem, 3, has two leaves, 9 and 3. To order this list of leaves, arrange them in order from 0 to 9. The first row becomes:

Problem A3

Solution  

Use the following Interactive Activity to create an ordered stem and leaf plot (or put it in order on paper).


Next > Part A (Continued): Interpreting the Stem and Leaf Plot

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