# 2420 Back To Back Stem Plots

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• 1.

### What is the shape of the data on the left?

• A.

Negatively Skewed

• B.

Positively Skewed

• C.

Symmetrical

• D.

Positively Skewed with a Potential Outlier

• E.

Negatively Skewed with a Potential Outlier

• F.

Symmetrical with a Potential Outlier

A. Negatively Skewed
Explanation
Always be careful with the stem plot on the left, that you don't just rotate it clockwise to determine it's skew. Mirror it across to the right, then rotate anti-clockwise to get the shape of the data.

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• 2.

### What is the shape of the data on the left?

• A.

Negatively Skewed

• B.

Positively Skewed

• C.

Symmetrical

• D.

Positively Skewed with a Potential Outlier

• E.

Negatively Skewed with a Potential Outlier

• F.

Symmetrical with a Potential Outlier

A. Negatively Skewed
Explanation
Always be careful with the stem plot on the left, that you don't just rotate it clockwise to determine it's skew. Mirror it across to the right, then rotate anti-clockwise to get the shape of the data.

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• 3.

### What is the shape of the data on the left?

• A.

Negatively Skewed

• B.

Positively Skewed

• C.

Symmetrical

• D.

Positively Skewed with a Potential Outlier

• E.

Negatively Skewed with a Potential Outlier

• F.

Symmetrical with a Potential Outlier

A. Negatively Skewed
Explanation
Always be careful with the stem plot on the left, that you don't just rotate it clockwise to determine it's skew. Mirror it across to the right, then rotate anti-clockwise to get the shape of the data.

Rate this question:

• 4.

### What is the shape of the data on the left?

• A.

Negatively Skewed

• B.

Positively Skewed

• C.

Symmetrical

• D.

Positively Skewed with a Potential Outlier

• E.

Negatively Skewed with a Potential Outlier

• F.

Symmetrical with a Potential Outlier