# Stem-and-Leaf Plots Worksheets

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Navigate through our printable stem-and-leaf plots worksheets to become skilled in analyzing, interpreting, and organizing data on plots. The stem-and-leaf plots provide students a quick review of data distribution, thereby facilitating faster computation of the mean, median, mode, and range of a collection of data. The back-to-back stem-and-leaf plots, on the other hand, simplify the process of comparing two sets of data. Gain adequate practice in creating and interpreting stem and leaf plots with the exercises here.

These pdf worksheets are highly recommended for 4th grade through 8th grade students.

Help kids know the ins and outs of constructing a stem-and-leaf plot with this printable worksheet. Typically, the leaf of the plot contains the last digit of a number, and the stem contains the remaining digits. Analyze the given data sets, and list the stems and leaves in ascending order to make the plot.

Interpreting Data on Stem-and-Leaf Plots

Acquire data-interpretation skills with the stem-and-leaf plots displayed in this pdf worksheet. The questions based on the plots give children of grade 4 and grade 5 an effective guided practice in identifying the highest and lowest values, counting values within or above a specific limit, and more.

Making and Interpreting Stem-and-Leaf Plots

Engage 5th grade and 6th grade students with this exercise, and help them become conversant with creating as well as interpreting a stem-and-leaf plot for a given set of data in decimal. Also, keep them properly informed about how to make use of the plot to figure out the range, mean, median, and mode of any data set instantly.

Creating Back-to-Back Stem-and-Leaf Plots

Become adept at representing two distinct data sets in a single plot with this pdf worksheet for grade 7 and grade 8. Offered here are questions including two data sets. Children are required to analyze these data sets and list the leaves in two separate columns on either side of the stem to make a back-to-back plot.