NZ Level 6 (NZC) Level 1 (NCEA) Create and Interpret Stem and Leaf Plots (Single and Double)

## Interactive practice questions

Which of the following is true of a stem-and-leaf plot?

Stem Leaf
$0$0 $7$7
$1$1
$2$2
$3$3 $1$1 $3$3 $3$3 $3$3
$4$4 $1$1 $2$2 $3$3 $4$4 $9$9
$5$5 $1$1 $2$2 $4$4 $5$5 $5$5
$6$6 $0$0

 Key: $1$1$\mid$∣$2$2$=$=$12$12

The scores are ordered.

A

A stem-and-leaf plot does not give an idea of outliers and clusters.

B

It is only appropriate for data where scores have high frequencies.

C

The individual scores cannot be read on a stem-and-leaf plot.

D

The scores are ordered.

A

A stem-and-leaf plot does not give an idea of outliers and clusters.

B

It is only appropriate for data where scores have high frequencies.

C

The individual scores cannot be read on a stem-and-leaf plot.

D
Easy
Less than a minute

Which of the following stem-and-leaf plots correctly represents the data given below?

Consider the following stem-and-leaf plot.

The stem-and-leaf plot below shows the age of people to enter through the gates of a concert in the first $5$5 seconds.

### Outcomes

#### S6-1

Plan and conduct investigations using the statistical enquiry cycle: A justifying the variables and measures used B managing sources of variation, including through the use of random sampling C identifying and communicating features in context (trends, relationships between variables, and differences within and between distributions), using multiple displays D making informal inferences about populations from sample data E justifying findings, using displays and measures.

#### 91035

Investigate a given multivariate data set using the statistical enquiry cycle

#### 91036

Investigate bivariate numerical data using the statistical enquiry cycle