Quiz 10 - 1. Statistical process control While plotting the...

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1. Statistical process control   While plotting the data points for a process, you notice that the points on the x-bar chart all fall between  the lower control limit (LCL) and upper control limit (UCL), but the points on the range chardt are above  the UCL. What does this indicate about the process?    Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  Since the  points on the  x-bar chart  are between  the LCL and  UCL, the  process is  considered  to be in  control. 0%      2. Data points  above the  UCL on the  range chart  indicate that  there is quite  a bit of  variation in  the process. 100%      3.  The  variation that  is present  can be  atributed to  the routine  operation of  the process. 0%      Score: 5/5    2. Taylorism
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  The two problems that evolved as a result of Taylorism were: 
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