The following are the amounts (to the nearest dollar)
paid by 25 students for textbooks during the fall term:
a. Draw an ordered stem and leaf plot to illustrate the
b. Construct a grouped frequency table for the data,
starting the first class at $15.00 with intervals of
c. Draw a bar graph of the data.
45 37 62 30 23
48 41 49 62 40
33 39 23 53 51
42 50 16 58 39
35 42 37 60 50
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