1. In a stem-and-leaf plot, ______. A. the stems are on the right side and the leaves are on the left side B. 0 can never be a leaf C. 0 can never be a stem D. a key is used to describe what the numbers in the plot represent. Hint 2. Refer to the stem-and-leaf plot below. A. Four numbers are represented in the stem-and-leaf plot. B. Sixty is the greatest number in the data set. C. Most of the numbers fall between 30 and 49. D. Five numbers are represented in the stem-and-leaf plot. Hint 3. How can a line graph be used to make predictions? A. It has a title. B. It has vertical and horizontal scales. C. It displays data. D. It shows a trend over time. Hint 4. The following table lists the population of Alaska from 1900–2000. Draw a bar graph of the data. A. B. C. D. Hint 5. You are about to conduct a survey on Internet usage of the students in your school. From the different types of questions you might ask of the students, which one would not be related to your survey. A. How much time do the students typically spend on the Internet each day? B. Do students have a computer at home? C. Do boys and girls like different Internet activities? D. What are the students' favorite activities on the Internet? Hint 6. For the questions taken from a survey below, which one would be useful to include a graph with the answer to the question? A. Do students tend to have pizza delivered? B. How many students have ever made pizza by themselves? C. What are the students' favorite pizza toppings? D. Do students like pineapple on their pizza? Hint