Chapter10s_ls - You can find the maximum AOQ Fraction defective while watching the value for AOQ at the bottom You can also change n and c to

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Lecture Suggestions - Supplement to Chapter 10 Example 1: Acceptance Sampling 1. 2. 3. demonstrate the probability of acceptance for various levels of incoming fraction defectives. Also use the spinner buttons at the top to change n and c to demonstrate the change in the shape of the operating characteristic curve. Show that when you change c there is a trade-off between consumer's and producer's risk, e.g. as c increases, you will decrease the producer's risk but increase the consumer's risk. But as you increase the sample size n, you can decrease both risks. 4. demonstrate AOQ for various levels of incoming fraction defective.
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Unformatted text preview: You can find the maximum AOQ Fraction defective while watching the value for AOQ at the bottom. You can also change n and c to demonstrate that different sampling plans have different maximum AOQ's. Select the Example 1. Enter the following data: N=5000, n=80, and c=2 The operating characteristic curve is on the left. Use the spinner button below the graph to The average outgoing quality curve is on the right. Use the spinner button below the graph to by entering smaller and smaller values for ∆ Fraction as you use the spinner button to change...
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