# The stems in a stem and leaf plot are the ones digits true or false

Answer: It is a false statement

true

Step-by-step explanation:

A stem represents the leading digit in a stem-and-leaf plot.

## Related Questions

Bill and Felicia each bake cookies for a party. Bill bakes 3 times as many cookies as Felicia. Felicia bakes 24 fewer cookies than Bill. Bill bakes b cookies and Felicia bakes f cookies. What equation can represent this word problem

• b = 3f
• f = b -24

Step-by-step explanation:

The word problem describes two relationships between the numbers of cookies baked. When b and f represent the numbers of cookies baked by Bill and Felicia, respectively, those relationships are ...

1. Bill bakes 3 times as many cookies as Felicia. (b = 3f)
2. Felicia bakes 24 fewer cookies than Bill. (f = b-24)

The science fair project s are set up on tables. There are 99 long tables used. Each long table holds 7 projects. The rest of the projects are set up on short tables. Each short table can hold 4projects. What is the fewest number of short tables that will be needed for the rest of projects

There are a few missing information that are pertinent to this problem.

Grade:                                                3         4         5
Number of science fair projects: 462    759     891

Total number of projects: 462 + 759 + 891 = 2112

99 long tables * 7 projects = 693 projects

2112 - 693 = 1419 projects

1419 projects ÷ 4 projects/short table = 354.75 tables or 355 short tables needed.

total projects: 2112
projects on long table: 693
projects on short table: 1419

396

Step-by-step explanation:

Part 2 of question:

The science fair judges will be science teachers and volunteers. Each judge will only have time to view 5 science fair projects. there are 133 science teachers. What is the fewest number of volunteers needed to have enough judges for all projects?

133 (number of teachers)

5 (project per teacher)

133×5=665

290+665=955

V = 1/3 HS^2  Using opposite operations, rewrite the equation so s2 is on one side of the equation by itself.

V=1/3 HS²
Solving for S².
Multiply both sides by 3.
3V= 3 x 1/3 HS²
3V=HS²
Divide both sides by H.
3V/H=HS²/H
3V/H=S²
Switch sides
S²=3V/H

Answer: S² = 3V / H

Answer: the correct answer is: s2 = 3V / H.

Suppose the students who scored 85 and 90 on the math test take the test again and score 95. How many stars would you have to add to the picture graph next to 95