The *leaf* is the last dit on the rht or the ones dits. The *stem* is the remaining dit or dits Examples: For 12, 2 is the *leaf* *and* 1 is the *stem*. The data are to be interpreted *and* questions based on it are to be answered in the make *and* interpret plot pages.

## Stem and leaf homework tes

They can be downloaded for free by registering on the *TES* website. This collection of *TES* Connect resources has been compiled to give you some new *and* exciting ideas into your lessons. A *stem* *and* *leaf* plot organizes data by showing the items in order using *stems* *and* leaves.

Stem-and-leafplot worksheets contain a set of data that are to be orderedandto be presented in astemandleafplot.

### Stem and leaf homework tes

#### Stem and leaf homework tes

The following collection of resources have been assembled by the *TES* Maths Panel. Making back-to-back *stem*-*and*-*leaf* plot Two sets of data are given for each question.

You could make a frequency distribution table or a histogram for the values, or you can use a *stem*-*and*-*leaf* plot *and* let the numbers themselves to show pretty much the same information. QUOTATIONS ON ESSAY MY HOBBY GARDENING You can tell, for instance, that there must have been three listed values that were in the forties, but there is no way to tell from the table or from the histogram what those values mht have been.

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