How do i solve a stem and leaf plot?
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How do i solve a stem and leaf plot?
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- anonymous

what are you trying to do

- anonymous

im trying to solve a stem and leaf plot.

- anonymous

idk how to

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- anonymous

well the first side of the plot is the stem and that is the general # on the right side is the leaf which has the 2nd half of the number for instance if the left side says 1 on the other it say 5,6,8 that means 15,16,18

- anonymous

so it depends what the question is asking....
if the question says how many kids got more than 11 candies it would be 3... beacuse all three of those #'s are greater that 1 on the left and 1 on the right

- anonymous

oh, ok.

- anonymous

oh ok i think im getting it now

- anonymous

do you have a leaf plot and questions i can help you with?

- anonymous

hope this helps!

- anonymous

the problem is; How many students scored at least 52 points but fewer than 100 points?
stem;5 6 7 8 9 leaf; 26 2579 3 4 6 8 5 5 0

- anonymous

ok so it is all those #'s because all of them are above 52 and below 100.... the lowest number scored is 56 and the highest is 90

- anonymous

ur right! i think i get it now :O

- anonymous

but thats not all is it? :I

- anonymous

its all of those #s

- anonymous

52 56 62 65 67 69 73 74 76 78 85 85 90

- anonymous

answer = 13

- anonymous

oh ur right! each number is paired with the number from their stem! so all 2gether it makes 13 numbers XD

- anonymous

wow, thanks! that was really helpful. :)

- anonymous

yeah!

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