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A stem-and-leaf plot with decimals 2020-04-02
From Renee:
I am an AP Statistics student who is reviewing for the exam.

On one of my review worksheets, we have to create a stem-and-leaf plot for values with 2 decimal places (i.e. 9.14, 8.14, 8.74, 8.77, 9.26, 8.1, 6.13, 3.1, 9.13, 7.26, and 4.74).

How would I make the stem-and-leaf plot for this? I've already searched your database and nothing popped up.

If you could help me, that would be great. Thank you!

y = |x| - 1 2018-11-30
From alexis:
what does this mean y=|x|-1
Graphing y = 2x - 1 2018-03-12
From Himanshu:
Hi I Himanshu I having 1 doubt on 1 question this question of graph how to draw y=2x-1
Acres and miles 2016-11-30
From Carolyn:
If I am running a pipeline of 1,100 miles, how many one acre plots will it take to cover this distance?
Carolyn

Bearings and a rectangular plot 2015-02-14
From Mubashir:
A,B,C,D are the four corners of a rectangular plot marked on level ground. Given that the bearing of B from A is 040 degrees and that the bearing of C from A is 090 degrees. Calculate the bearing of
(a)B from C
(b)A from C
(c) D from C

The graph of y=2x+4 2014-02-18
From tyler:
y=2x+4 graph
A box-and-whisker plot with one whisker 2014-01-09
From Susan:

Question from Susan, a teacher:

It made sense to me. However I am preparing for my advanced class and I have a sample graph comparing box plots of data.
Several of the box have only 1 whisker. There is no explanation for this. Can you help me out. I cannot think of a data set that would produce this. Thanks!

How do I graph y=-2x-1? 2013-12-07
From cindy:
How do I graph y=-2x-1?
A stem and leaf plot 2013-10-24
From mary:
Hi
I'm trying to answer my child's question on stem and leaf plot. For grade 4, the question is where do you put 57 in this list

6    0
5    4 8 8 9 4 6 4

Plotting y=f(x)+2 2013-01-21
From Gavin:
how would you plot y=f(x)+2
A 2 acre plot 2012-10-22
From bob:
If a plot of land on the south side is 290.16 feet wide, how many feet on the west and east side to the north to make a 2 acre plot?
Thank You Bob

The number of solutions of sinx = x^2 + x +1 2012-09-01
From anamika:
number of solutions of

sinx = x^2 + x +1
graphically?

The graph of a quadratic function 2011-12-27
From Thomas:
sketch a quadratic function with zeros at -3 and 1
y=2x+1 and y=2x-1 2009-08-28
From MARICELA:
Need help of how to work this problems

y=2x+1 and y=2x-1

First of all what is the difference?

Second I think is easy just to work with the X y with the line in the middle

but how do you get the numbers for each side.

The graph of y = -6 2009-02-21
From Barb:
I was given the problem that says "graph the line y = -6" how do I find all the set points that have a y coordinate of -6? I am so lost lost and have no clue how to start. Can you help me please? thanks.
The intersection of two lines 2009-01-30
From kaylee:
how do you find and graph the intersect of these two equations: y=2x-4 (and) 2y=x thanks, kaylee
y = |x| - 4 2009-01-28
From tiana:
how do you find where to plot Y in a problem that states y=|x| -4?
Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom.
Graphing a parabola 2009-01-27
From Kimberly:
I need help with this parabola: graph y=5x^2-5x-6. I am not really understanding how to graph parabolas in general. Can you help me?
Graphing 2008-12-09
From Natasha:
2x+y=5
How do I graph y = -2x^2? 2008-02-12
From Max:
How do I graph y=-2x^2?
Plotting a function 2007-12-06
From Paula:
My son has a problem that says plot the point: 2x-3y=9
I have explained to him that there must be a function for y in order to plot that point, but he doesn't think so. The question above that one says find the function for y, and I assume we should use that function. Am I wrong? Can we plot a point without a y function.

Stem & Leaf Plots 2007-11-02
From Jen:
Trying to help my Gr.4 son with his math and i am a little lost here are the stem and leaf plots..
Stem Leaves
4          02
3          1226699
2          011255789
1          33357899

Stem Leaves
2          00011111223334455
1          range566788899

Question - How are the ranges for the stem & leaf plots different ?

A stem leaf and plot with decimals 2007-10-12
From Brandi:
My child came home with a worksheet regarding stem and leaf plot. I figured out how to work it with whole number but not with decimals. Can you tell me how to do this with stem and leaf graph? They are even asking for a conclusion on the information. This makes no sense to me. Please explain and send an example problem also. Thank you!
Using a stem and leaf plot 2007-05-22
From Maegan:
The students in Mr.Smiths PE class collected data on the number of sit ups the students were able to do in three minutes. Use the data to create a stem and leaf plot. What is the median for the class data? range? mode?
A box-and-whisker plot with no whiskers 2007-04-18
From Paula:
Is it possible for a box-and-whisker plot to have no whiskers? 3 whiskers?
A stem and leaf plot 2007-03-14
From Hazel:

Stem Leaf
1 62024
2 5295
3 166
4 05

1. What was the least number of dogs at a dog show?
2.What was the greatest number of dogs at a dog show?
3. How many dogs shows are reported in the stem and leaf plot? thanks...Hazel

y = x^2 - 2 2007-01-08
From Mike:
y = |x| - 10 2006-11-03
From Pam:
what is the process for finding the vertex point for an equation such as this, y= |x| - 10.
Plotting a linear equation 2006-10-09
From Jennifer:

I am having problems explaining how to do these problems to my child .

graph:2=x-y

graph the equation: 2y+x=-3

What will the graph of y=x2 - 2x - 3 be? 2006-06-17
From Byrony:
What will the graph of y=x2 - 2x - 3 be?
How do you graph 3x + 6y = -9 by axis intercepts? 2006-05-22
From Crystal:
How do you graph 3x + 6y = -9 by axis intercepts?
A table of values 2006-03-28
From Cindy:
Create a table of values for each of the following functions: y=5x, y=52, and y=5x. I dont know to do this.
The graph of y = 2x + 1 2006-02-23
From Geneva:
I'm having trouble with graphing equations like y=2x+1 which is my homework I'm not sure how to graph it. I'm in the 8th grade taking a 9th grade course algebra I.
Stem-and-leaf plots, box-and-whisker plots and medians 2006-02-21
From A student:
explain which plot would be easiest to use to find the median....box-and-whiskers plot or stem-and-leaf plot
Outliers in a box and whisker plot 2006-02-19
From A student:
i need help on determining if their is an outlier...i know how to find the median and the lower quartile and the upper quartile..but i don't understand about the outliers....please tell me if their is an outlier in this problem....the numbers are...63,88,89,89,95,98,99,99,100,100
Graphing two lines 2005-11-20
From A student:
About y = 5x + 24 and y = -3x - 8
1. Graph both equations on the same set of axes. When you made your graph, how did you choose the range of x and y values?

2.Find the point of intersection for the graphs.

3. Test the point of intersection you found by substituting its coordinates into the equations. Do the coordinates fit the equations exactly?

A graph with certain properties 2004-11-22
From A student:
i was asked as a question in coursework to sketch the graph with the following characteristics:
a double root at -3
a pair of imaginary roots
an x-intercept at 6
a root at 4 which is not a double root

The area of a plot of land 2003-12-19
From David:
I have a plot of land that I cannot find the square footage of. Actually my home sits on a large lot. Local building codes require that a home is seated on no less than 7500 square feet of land and have no less than 50ft of road frontage (the rear of the lot has 65ft of frontage on another road). I need to know if I have enough square footage to build a second home on the rear lot. The lot has five sides. Only one angle is a 90 deg. angle. The others I cannot determine. Of the 4 remaining angles, all 4 angles are obtuse, or greater than 90 deg. The dementions are 89.19' x 130' x 118.52' x 65' x 170.94'. The two legs that make the 90 deg angle are 89.19' and 170.94'. The measurements fall in order using the 90 deg angle as the point of origin and proceeding clockwise, 89.19', 130', 118.52', 65', 170.94'. I have used all the skill I can muster, however, it has been a long time since school and regretably I cannot find an answer.
Intercepts 2003-11-04
From A student:
I am totally confused on how to determine intercepts of an equation and then to graph the line. For example, how to determine the intercepts of 2x-3y-12=0.
y < 2x + 1 2003-03-01
From Erika:
how can I solve and graph y<2x+1 and which side in the graph should i shade after i finish solving my inequality?
y = 1 - sin(x + 60) 2002-12-10
From Eman:
Sketch the graph of y = 1 - sin(x+60). for 0 <= x<= 360, giving the coordinates of the maximum and minimum points and the pints where the curves crosses the y axis.
Intercepts 2002-09-04
From Tamara:
Why is it that the x intercept the value of y is 0 and at the y intercept the value of x is 0?
When does an inequality represent the area above the line? 2002-08-25
From Tamara:
How do you determine that an inequality represents the area above the line and when do you include the line in the solution?
x and y-intercepts 2002-03-10
From A student:
I have the problem- f(x)= X-5/X2+X-6 and I have to find the vertical asymtope, horizontal asymtope, x-intercept, and y-intercept. And graph the problem. I am having problems finding the y-intercept.
Box and Whisker plots 2001-11-19
From Rod:
In our Prealgebra course, we have been studying Box and Whisker plots. Recently, we learned how to decide whether a data point is an outlier or not. The book (Math Thematics, McDougall Littell) gave a process by which we find the interquartile range, then multiply by 1.5. We add this number to the upper quartile, and any points above this are considered to be outliers. We also subtract the number from the lower quartile for the same effect.

My question: where does this 1.5 originate? Is this the standard for locating outliers, or can we choose any number (that seems reasonable, like 2 or 1.8 for example) to multiply with the Interquartile range? If it is a standard, were outliers simply defined via this process, or did statisticians use empirical evidence to suggest that 1.5 is somehow optimal for deciding whether data points are valid or not?

f(x), f(x) + 2, f(x +2) 2001-04-04
From Monica:
Could you explain to me how one should go about graphing functions such as f(x), f(x+2), and so on. Also, how should you explain things such as constants and relationships among functions?
Stem-and-leaf plot 2001-03-29
From Kelly:
I'm tutoring my 5th grade nephew, and he needs to correct test questions regarding a stem - and - leaf plot. He left his book at school and I'm not familiar with the term. Can you explain it to me so that I can help him?
Graphing an inequality 2000-08-02
From Lori:
How do I find x and y and graph this problem

3x + y < 5

Graphing a linear function 2000-05-17
From Chelsea:
I need help with grahing linear functions.If you could e-mail me back the basics and how tos I would be much appriciative.
Finding a formula 2000-05-05
From Erica Hildebrandt:
If a farmer has a field and his plots are laid out in the following grid where each # represents a plot:
 4 5 12 13 20 3 6 11 14 19 2 7 10 15 18 1 8 9 16 17

Of course the plot numbers aren't meaningful as I have described above. In fact they may not be numbers at all. The only constants I have are the total number of rows and columns. Using the total number of rows and columns and my current position row and column, how can I write a formula that tells me column 3 row 3 = 10, column 4 row 2 = 14, etc. I can see the pattern but can't quite get the formula. I believe I will need 2 different formulas one for even and one for odd rows.
Answered by Paul Betts and Penny Nom.

Graphing cube roots 2000-04-27
From Heather Jones:
What do the graphs of cube roots look like?
Box and whisker plots 2000-03-09
From Brett Blake:
Do you have any information on Box and whisker graphs?
Y-intercept 2000-01-03
From Kayla Boylan:
How do you use and find the y-intercept?
Stem and Leaf Plot 1999-09-14
From Jeanette Sovick:
My 5th grade son brought home a math paper, the title of which reads, Reading Stem-and-Leaf Plots...can you explain this so I can explain it to him...There is no book, his teacher just sent this practice sheet home for him to complete and I have no clue!
A Polar Plot 1999-05-06
From Irene:
Consider the polar equation r=2-3Cos(theta/2) In the interval [o, 4Pi], how would you find the area of one of the leaves and also the length of one of the edges of a leaf?
Fitting a Curve 1999-01-19
From Kirk:
Hello my name is Kirk from Scarborough, Ontario.

I have been out of a formal education system for thirty years. I program microcontrollers in my spare time. I have built a temperature sensing device ready to go but, thermistors are very non-linear. I do know that there is a way to calculate the input condition of the thermistor and display the correct temperature in degrees C. I am sending a file to show my progression so far.

Complex numbers and the quadratic formula 1998-12-25
From Richard Peter:
My age is 16, and my name is Richard. My question relates to the topic complex numbers & the quadratic formula.

I would like to know how to solve quadratic equations in which the discriminant is less than 0 (i.e. we get two complex solutions to the quadratic)

3x2+2x+5 = 0

and how mathematicians like euler contributed to this field. If it would be possible I would also like to know how this type of quadratic equations can be graphed?

From Simon Batten:
How does varying the values a,b and c affect the graph of
y=ax2 + bx + c?

(-2)^x 1997-12-12
From Ken Bokinac:
During our math class last week we came accross an equation that we could not graph we were wondering if you could help us try and graph it. The question is:

y=(-2)^x

How do you graph these inequalities? 1996-05-17
From Robert:
How do you graph the inequalities 5+gg, and g+h>6 on one coordinate plane?
Answered by Harley Weston and Maxine Stinka.
How do you graph these equations? 1996-04-30
From David Gamble:
How do you graph the equation x=3 on a x,y graph? Also how do you graph f(x)=-3x + 2 on the same graph?
Answered by Harley Weston and Maxine Stinka.

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