In Part B, you obtained several different estimates for the total number of penguins in this region based on the different samples you chose. Note 5
We can use a stem and leaf plot to help us organize the estimates and to determine any patterns that exist in the distribution of the estimates.
In the manner you used to generate your own estimates, 100 estimates of the penguin population count were produced from independently selected random samples of size 10. Here are these 100 estimates in a stem and leaf plot, where the intervals are of size 50:
Note that in this stem and leaf plot, the spacing on the stems is 50. For example, the stem marked "3L" displays all the estimates between 300 and 349, while the stem marked "3H" displays all the estimates between 350 and 399. Also, since the samples are of size 10, all the estimates are multiples of 10.