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OpenStudy (anonymous):

The number of bowls of soup served was sampled during a lunch period 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at a soup stand on a weekday. Below is the sample: 71 63 92 58 93 74 92 99 82 63 92 91 63 54 76 95 76 Construct a stem and leaf plot of the data.

OpenStudy (lalaly):

http://www.childrensmercy.org/stats/definitions/stem.htm this can help

OpenStudy (anonymous):

All the numbers are two digit numbers. Use the first digit (tens digit) as the stems. Then for each number in your list (there are 17 numbers) look at it's tens digit, that will determine to which stem the number belongs. Then list the units digit of the number in a list to the right of the stem. For example the numbers 58 and 54, both have a 5 as their tens digit, so they belong to the "5" stem. The "5" stem in our case represents all numbers that are fifty-something. For each such fifty-something number, we take it's ones digit and list it to the right of the "5" stem. List the ones digiits from smallest to greatest. In your example we have two fifty-something numbers (58,54) - so we get: 5|48 Here is the complete stem and leaf plot: 5|48 6|3336 7|146 8|2 9|1222359

OpenStudy (lalaly):

i was too lazy to do all that lol, goodjob fiddle

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i dont get how to write this out!!

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