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## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

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## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

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To create the data list, just put each “leaf” behind the “stem” to the left of the vertical line…

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## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

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0 5 7

60

To create the data list, just put each “leaf” behind the “stem” to the left of the vertical line…

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5

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0 5 5 8 9

9

0 2 4 5 5 7

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0 0 0

## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

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0 5 7

60 , 65

To create the data list, just put each “leaf” behind the “stem” to the left of the vertical line…

7

5

8

0 5 5 8 9

9

0 2 4 5 5 7

10

0 0 0

## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

6

0 5 7

60 , 65 , 67

To create the data list, just put each “leaf” behind the number to the left of the vertical line…

7

5

8

0 5 5 8 9

9

0 2 4 5 5 7

10

0 0 0

## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

6

0 5 7

60 , 65 , 67

7

5

75

8

0 5 5 8 9

9

0 2 4 5 5 7

10

0 0 0

## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

6

0 5 7

60 , 65 , 67

7

5

75

8

0 5 5 8 9

80 , 85 , 85 , 88 , 89

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0 2 4 5 5 7

10

0 0 0

## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

6

0 5 7

60 , 65 , 67

7

5

75

8

0 5 5 8 9

80 , 85 , 85 , 88 , 89

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0 2 4 5 5 7

90 , 92 , 94 , 95 , 95 , 97

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0 0 0

## Stem & Leaf Plots

A stem – and – leaf plot is another method for organizing data. Each number in the data is broken up into a “stem” and a “leaf”. The “leaf” IS ALWAYS the last digit in the number ( the ones place ). The “stem” IS ALWAYS the numbers preceding the last digit ( no matter how many are there ).

EXAMPLE # 1 : This stem and leaf plot shows the test scores ranging from 60 to 100.

6

0 5 7

60 , 65 , 67

7

5

75

8

0 5 5 8 9

80 , 85 , 85 , 88 , 89

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0 2 4 5 5 7

90 , 92 , 94 , 95 , 95 , 97

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0 0 0

100 , 100 , 100

## Stem & Leaf Plots

To create a stem and leaf plot from a list of data, we first must get the data in ascending order ( small to big ).

## Stem & Leaf Plots

To create a stem and leaf plot from a list of data, we first must get the data in ascending order ( small to big ).

EXAMPLE # 2 : Create a stem – and – leaf plot from the following test scores.

77 , 83 , 71 , 66 , 97 , 77 , 86 , 62 , 75 , 93 , 87

## Stem & Leaf Plots

To create a stem and leaf plot from a list of data, we first must get the data in ascending order ( small to big ).

EXAMPLE # 2 : Create a stem – and – leaf plot from the following test scores.

77 , 83 , 71 , 66 , 97 , 77 , 86 , 62 , 75 , 93 , 87

Get your data in ascending order …

62 , 66 , 71 , 75 , 77 , 77 , 83 , 86 , 87 , 93 , 97

## Stem & Leaf Plots

To create a stem and leaf plot from a list of data, we first must get the data in ascending order ( small to big ).

Now identify all the “stems”. All numbers that appear IN FRONT of the last digit.

EXAMPLE # 2 : Create a stem – and – leaf plot from the following test scores.

77 , 83 , 71 , 66 , 97 , 77 , 86 , 62 , 75 , 93 , 87

62 , 66 , 71 , 75 , 77 , 77 , 83 , 86 , 87 , 93 , 97

## Stem & Leaf Plots

To create a stem and leaf plot from a list of data, we first must get the data in ascending order ( small to big ).

Now identify all the “stems”. All numbers that appear IN FRONT of the last digit.

EXAMPLE # 2 : Create a stem – and – leaf plot from the following test scores.

62 , 66 , 71 , 75 , 77 , 77 , 83 , 86 , 87 , 93 , 97

List them on the left side of the vertical line ( no need to repeat any… )

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## Stem & Leaf Plots

Now identify all your “leafs”. Again, it is the last digit…

EXAMPLE # 2 : Create a stem – and – leaf plot from the following test scores.

62 , 66 , 71 , 75 , 77 , 77 , 83 , 86 , 87 , 93 , 97

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7

8

9

## Stem & Leaf Plots

Now identify all your “leafs”. Again, it is the last digit…

EXAMPLE # 2 : Create a stem – and – leaf plot from the following test scores.

62 , 66 , 71 , 75 , 77 , 77 , 83 , 86 , 87 , 93 , 97

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9

## Stem & Leaf Plots

Now identify all your “leafs”. Again, it is the last digit…

EXAMPLE # 2 : Create a stem – and – leaf plot from the following test scores.

62 , 66 , 71 , 75 , 77 , 77 , 83 , 86 , 87 , 93 , 97

List them next to their stem…and you must repeat if multiple leafs occur…

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