Lecture 3 In-Class Case Studies - Problem Solving Using Excel

Lecture 3 In-Class Case Studies - Problem Solving Using Excel

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Lecture 3 – Problem Solving Using Excel Case Study 1 Production Errors Established in 2002, t-shirts.com has rapidly become the place to find, order, and save on Tshirts. One huge selling factor is that the company manufactures its own T-shirts. However, the quality manager for the production plant, Kasey Harnish, has noticed an unacceptable number of defective T-shirts being produced. You have been hired to assist Kasey in understanding where the problems are concentrated. He suggests using a PivotTable to perform an analysis and has provided you with a data file,  T3_TshirtProduction_Data.xls . The following is a brief definition of the information within the data file: A. Batch:  A unique number that identifies each batch or group of products produced. B. Product:  A unique number that identifies each product. C. Machine: 
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course EST 325 taught by Professor Wan during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Lecture 3 In-Class Case Studies - Problem Solving Using Excel

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