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# Probability4 - Chapter 3 Measuresof 1 mp-cpi2/histo1 Mike Pore Nov 1997 Using the Marksman Analogy to Demonstrate the Accuracy and Precision of a

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1 mp-cpi2.ppt/histo1.xls - Mike Pore - Nov 1997 Chapter 3 Chapter 3 Measures of  Location and Dispersion

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2 mp-cpi2.ppt/histo1.xls - Mike Pore - Nov 1997 Using the Marksman Analogy to Demonstrate the Using the Marksman Analogy to Demonstrate the Accuracy and Precision of a Process Accuracy and Precision of a Process Process 1: Accurate and  precise Process 2: Accurate but not  precise Process 3: Precise but  not accurate Process 4: Not accurate,  not precise
3 mp-cpi2.ppt/histo1.xls - Mike Pore - Nov 1997 Using the Marksman Analogy to Demonstrate the Using the Marksman Analogy to Demonstrate the Accuracy and Precision of a Process Accuracy and Precision of a Process Location Dispersion Accurate  (Ideal) Not Accurate  (Shifted) Narrow curve  greater precision Wide curve less  precision Target Target Target Target Target

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4 mp-cpi2.ppt/histo1.xls - Mike Pore - Nov 1997 Measures of Central Value Measures of Central Value Mean, Median, Mode Mean, Median, Mode Observation #
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