ch03s - File: chS3, Supplement 3: Operational...

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File: chS3, Supplement 3: Operational Decision-Making Tools: Acceptance Sampling True/False Feedback: Single-Sample Attribute Plan 1. Acceptance sampling is consistent with TQM’s philosophy of zero defects. Ans: False Difficulty: Easy 2. A sampling plan provides a set of guidelines for accepting a lot. Ans: True Difficulty: Easy 3. With acceptance sampling, a lot is either rejected or accepted depending on the number of defects found in a sample. Ans: True Difficulty: Moderate 4. Six Sigma companies report defective parts per million (PPM) versus the more traditional defective parts per hundred. Ans: True Difficulty: Moderate 5. The simplest form of a sampling plan is a single-sample attribute plan. Ans: True Difficulty: Easy
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The probability of rejecting a lot that has an acceptable quality level is referred to as the a. producer’s risk. b. consumer’s risk. c. lot tolerance percent defective. d. acceptable quality level. Ans: a Difficulty: Easy 7. The probability of accepting a lot that has a higher percentage of defective items than the lot tolerance percent defective is referred to as the a. producer’s risk. b. sampling plan. c. consumer’s risk. d. average outgoing quality. Ans: c Difficulty: Easy 8. Acceptance sampling involves the inspection of a non-random sample of units selected from a lot. Ans: False Difficulty: Moderate 9. Acceptance sampling is based on the premise that a lot contains some acceptable number of defective items. Ans: True
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