Chapter 6 Example - 0.02 0.01 UCL 0.025 + (3*0.01104)...

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Page 241 Sample Sample Range Sample Average Sample size = 8 bottle A 0.41 4 Mean net weight of 4 B 0.55 4.16 C 0.44 3.99 D 0.48 4 E 0.56 4.17 F 0.62 3.93 G 0.54 3.98 H 0.44 4.01 4.04 32.24 0.51 4.03 x bar UCL=4.03+ (0.373*0.505) 4.22 LCL=4.03- (0.373*0.505) 3.84 r UCL= Page 246: 6.20 Sample Defectives Def. as % 1 5 0.03 2 7 0.04 3 4 0.02 4 4 0.02 5 6 0.03 6 3 0.02 7 5 0.03 8 6 0.03 9 2 0.01 10 8 0.04 0.25 p bar 0.03 0.025 + 3 sqrt((0.025*0.975)/200)
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Unformatted text preview: 0.02 0.01 UCL 0.025 + (3*0.01104) margin of e 0.06 LCL-0.01 because LCL cannot be negative all are within the limits of the percentage of defects les ounces UCL = x bar bar + A2*R bar LCL = x bar bar - A2*R bar n= 200 samples error = 3*0.01104 0.33...
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2010 for the course SCI 123 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Kirkwood Community College.

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Chapter 6 Example - 0.02 0.01 UCL 0.025 + (3*0.01104)...

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