QUALITY CONTROL- Old Exam Questions

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QUALITY CONTROL OLD EXAM QUESTIONS (The answer key is at the end of this document.) 1. You just pulled five bottles off a high speed bottling line. You weighed each of these bottles and recorded the following weights (in ounces): 60.0, 60.0, 58.2, 60.1 and 60.0. What is the range of bottle weights in your sample (in ounces)? a) 0.1 b) 1.8 c) 1.9 d) 59.66 e) 60.00 2. A control chart for a bottled product requires that a sample consisting of a single bottle contain between 350 and 360 milliliters of product. Sample data, taken when the bottling process was in control, indicate that bottles contain an average of 355 milliliters, and you know that the bottling process has a standard deviation of 2 milliliters when in control. Given that the bottling process is in control, what portion of its output will fall outside the limits of the chart? a) 0% b) 1.24% c) 49.38% d) 98.76% e) 100% A beverage company would like to use a statistical process control chart to monitor how much liquid beverage it puts into each 350 ml bottle. They know from past experience that whenever

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## This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course MGO 302 taught by Professor Hancock during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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