1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data When constructing a stem and leaf graph I'm confused on how to label the stem and leaf still. For example: On page 20, number 12 in section 1.2: The observations look like this: .31 .35 .36 .36 .37 .38 .40 .40 .40 .41 .41 .42 ... We were told to use repeating stems so I did the following: 3L|1 3H|56678 4L|000112222234 4H|5667888 5L|144 5H|58 6L|2 6H|6678 7L| 7H|5 L meaning (0,1,2,3,4) H meaning (5,6,7,8,9) Now the stem be the Tenths The leaf be Hundredths? because the stem is like .10 and the leafs are .01 That makes sense after someone explained it to me. 3. The attempt at a solution But when I was looking at number 33 on page 31 the observations looked like this: 389 356 359 363 375 424 etc now from this it looks like you would divide the steam and leaf like 38|9 35|69 I have the answers and the book did it as shown above. What confuses me is that the book says the stem is the "ones" and the leaf is the tenths. Wouldn't the stem be the Hundreds and the leaf be the ones? Because 389 3 is in the hundreds 8 is in the tens 9 is in the ones so if they are breaking it up like 38|9 38 is in the hundreds 9 is in the ones correct? So how would they get Stem being the ones and the leaf being the tenths?