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### ISM_Chapter_12

Course: OMIS 41, Spring 2008
School: Santa Clara
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12 12.1 Chapter a x t b x t c x t / 2s / 2s / 2s / n = 510 2.064(125/ 25 ) = 510 51.60; LCL = 458.40, UCL = 561.60 / n = 510 / n = 510 2.009(125/ 50 ) = 510 1.984(125/ 100 ) = 510 35.51; LCL = 474.49, UCL = 545.51 24.80; LCL = 485.20, UCL = 534.80 d. The interval narrows. 12.2 a x t b x t c x t / 2s / 2s / 2s / n = 1,500 1.984(300/ 100 ) = 1,500 59.52; LCL = 1,440.48, UCL = 1,559.52 / n = 1,500 / n =...

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