en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stem-and-leaf_display

A **stem**-**and-leaf** display is a device for presenting quantitative data in a graphical
format, similar ... In this **example**, the leaf represents the ones place and the **stem**
will represent the rest of the number (tens place and higher). The **stem**-**and-leaf** ...

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Jul 25, 2014 **...** Now let's think about this for a minute. Admittedly **stem and leaf** diagrams are
rarely used in '**real** life'. In fact the only common **examples** we can ...

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Pre-Algebra giving you a hard time? Shmoopâ€™s free Basic Statistics &
Probability Guide has all the explanations, **examples**, and exercises youâ€™ve
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A **stem and leaf** is a table used to display data. ... For **example**, 543 and 548 can
be displayed together on a **stem and leaf** as ... Never seen it used in **real** life?

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Sketch plots from data and read data from given plots. ... Discover how to build a
**stem**-**and-leaf** plot to organize data. MEMORY ... 0. **Real** World Application ...

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Jan 8, 2015 **...** **Stem**-**and-leaf** diagrams can give a really quick idea of the distribution of a set of
data, with minimal effort and no plotting needed. If you have a ...

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The following **examples** provide some practice with **stem**-**and-leaf** plots, as well
as explaining some details of formatting, and showing how to create a "key" for ...

www.statisticshowto.com/stemplot

Sep 24, 2013 **...** **Stemplots** in the **real** world aren't usually labeled with the ... **Stem and leaf** plots
are useful in some **cases** because you can see where the bulk ...

onlinecourses.science.psu.edu/stat414/node/121

The basic idea behind a **stem**-**and-leaf** plot is to divide each data point into a
**stem** and a leaf. We could divide our first data point, 111, for **example**, into a **stem**
of ...