Asked Jan 5, 2020

Suppose that you have constructed a stem-and-leaf diagram and discover that it is only moderately useful because there are too few stems. How can you remedy the problem?


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Stem and leaf plot:

The stem plot and histogram will display the similar pattern of graph. Addition of the histogram, stem plot will...

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