Final Exam Fall 2006

# Final Exam Fall 2006 - Fall 2006 T E Lockhart ISE 3014 EXAM...

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Fall 2006 T. E. Lockhart ISE 3014 – EXAM EXAMPLES Examination guidelines: Part I: Closed book / closed notes Part II: Opened book / opened notes Use complete sentences to respond to narrative questions. Use the space provided to answer questions. Please write legibly. Note the weighting on the various problems. Problem 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Points 20 12 15 20 20 13 Actual Pledge: I neither gave nor received any unauthorized information on or about this examination. (Signature)

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Part I: Closed Book/Closed Notes 1. True or False examples a. Work measurement is analysis and work methods is design b. Disadvantage of the continuous method of watch recording is that it can not immediately tell elemental time c. Allowances are adjustment of the standard time to compensate unavoidable delays 2. Multiple Choice examples

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Unformatted text preview: Standard time is the amount of time determined by the engineer as required for performing; A. task B. element “Utilization” is defined as; A. Total amount of production time/production time of a single unit B. actual working time spent by the worker/worker’s capacity 3. Define and Describe examples Describe how you would determine the recommended number of cycles for a time study. You Must turn in Part I before beginning Part II. Part II: Open Book example 4. Fifteen cycles were observed and the data below was tabulated for a three element task . Given: 95% confidence, what would be the (one) accuracy associated with the study you will use? (20 points) Element Rating Average St Dev 1 90 1 0.31 2 110 8 1.75 3 95 3 0.59...
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