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A back-to-back stemplot is particularly useful for (A) identifying outliers. (B) comparing two data distributions. (C) merging two sets of data. (D) g

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asked 2021-06-26
A back-to-back stemplot is particularly useful for (A) identifying outliers. (B) comparing two data distributions. (C) merging two sets of data. (D) graphing home runs. (E) distinguishing stems from leaves.

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2021-06-27
B. Each side of the stem plot has information for each set of data, and you can compare the spread and locate outliers.
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