Once all of the data are displayed in the stem and leaf diagram it is simply a question of looking at the most frequentlyoccurring value.
In statistics this is usually termed a stem-leaf plot. To see some I suggest going to image.google.com and querying for stem leaf plot.
The phrase is a stem-and-leaf diagram or stem-and-leaf chart.
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Yes, it can be any number.
A Back-To-Back Stem and Leaf Plot is a diagram to show two different sets of numbers. They are exactly like ordinary stem and leaf plot, but represents two different numbers by going out to the left as well as the right.
The let side of a stem a stem and leaf plot
A graph and stem is different to a leaf plot because in a leaf plot, there is a stem and leaf in a plot, while in a graph and stem, there is a leaf and stem in a graph.
Google it and check on images or check the BBC website. Might help!
Welll, it depends on what subject you are working on. For math: leaf to stem diagram, histogram, e.t.c. For ELA, History: normal T-chart