Week 5 Simulation Memo

Week 5 Simulation Memo - M E M O To: Mr. Gray, Mr. Dubois,...

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Unformatted text preview: M E M O To: Mr. Gray, Mr. Dubois, Ms. Gardner, and Ms. Hamilton F rom: Date: Re: The Declining Sales in Aquines Mechanical Watch Division Message: As you all know, I have been asked to investigate the causes of the decline in the sales pertaining to the mechanical watch division. After collecting several data sets and running the numbers, I have come to the conclusion that the watches frequently tend to fail three of the required tests for certification by the SOCC. I reviewed all of the information given to me by each of you and took into consideration the possible effects of this data. However, after running the different data sets and testing 60 watches, I believe that there is not one simple solution to this issue. The three test areas in question are; the horizontal and vertical differences in rates, the maximum variation in rates, and the mean variation in rates. In order to correct these issues I believe that there is a need to upgrade some of the equipment used in making the watches. The three recommendations for the of the equipment used in making the watches....
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course RES 341 taught by Professor Monroney during the Spring '11 term at Eastern CT.

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Week 5 Simulation Memo - M E M O To: Mr. Gray, Mr. Dubois,...

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