Spring Final 2005 - 6. When should you use an XmR chart...

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IE 530/ Stat 513 Exam II Spring 05 1. In a taguchi design the ______________ factors are placed in the inner array while the _______________ factors are placed in the outer array. 2. In setting the process aim, what is implicitly assumed? 3. In acceptance sampling, what are a. Producers risk b. Suppliers risk 4. For Xbar and R charts, is it important if your data is not Normal? 5. For using C charts your areas of opportunity must be _______________.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. When should you use an XmR chart instead of a C chart? 7. a. How should you compute capability indices for an unstable process? b. How can they be useful? 8. How can you reduce common cause variation in a process which is under control? 9. For p charts, why should you avoid combining different types of defects in the same chart? 10. What is the advantage in using a u chart instead of using a c chart?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course STAT 513 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Spring Final 2005 - 6. When should you use an XmR chart...

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