14.1 mean variance

14.1 mean variance - Example: Acceptance Sampling A common...

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1/5/10 Example: Acceptance A common application of the hypergeometric distribution is in "acceptance sampling". Acceptance sampling occurs when a supplier delivers a “Lot” (e.g. a truckload full, a box full, or, in general, a bunch of) material (parts, fruit and vegetables, steel beams. ... etc. ) The goal of acceptance sampling is to
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1/5/10 AQL: Acceptable Quality Level Suppose our quality standards are such that we feel the lot should be rejected if 5% of the lot is defective. The problem of course is that we don’t have time to inspect the whole lot. Suppose we use the following plan: Inspect N=10 items and accept only if zero defective items are found. If the true fraction defective in the lot is 5%,
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1/5/10 AQL example Question 13. A truck is carrying 100,000 apples of which 5% have worms. I inspect 100 apples. What is the probability that I find five or fewer bad apples?
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1/5/10 The Mean and Variance of a Random Variable Two important quantities that describe the behavior of a random variable and PMF.
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2010 for the course STATS 1100 taught by Professor Rodriguez during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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