IEOR 165_Summer_2009_hw5 - For the following cases 1. X-bar...

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IEOR 165 SUMMER 2009 Home Work # 5 Discussion: June 30, 2009 Answer the following 8 problems from the course textbook: Chapter 13: 01. Problem # 1 page 573 02. Problem # 2 page 574 03. Problem # 4 page 574 04. Problem # 7 page 575 05. Problem # 8 page 575 06. Problem # 9 page 575 07. Problem # 10 page 576 08. Problem # 12 page 577 09 and 10: Find the minimum sample size (n) needed to achieve Probability of false alarm = .01 Probability of missing an excursion = .005
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Unformatted text preview: For the following cases 1. X-bar Control chart for detecting an up-excursion in control mean 200 in control variance 900 out of control mean 220 out of control variance 900 2. X-bar Control chart for detecting an up-excursion in control mean 200 in control variance 900 out of control mean 210 out of control variance 1600 Is the sample size needed for (2) larger than that is needed for (1)? If it is larger, explain why it is larger!...
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