Stat 513 SpMidI

Stat 513 SpMidI - in deciding which defect to correct 8 On...

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Stat 513 Spring 2008 Midterm I ______________________ name 1. When are the mean and median equal? 2. The lack of an out of control point indicates the process is probably __________ _____________ 3. Name two (and ONLY two) uses of flow charts. Penalties for more. 4. Can a histogram tell you if a single process is out of control? Why? 5. Why do Shewhart’s three sigma limits make sense? 6. If one had 10 ,000 observations from a process, what would be the best way to estimate the proportion of defects the process was producing)? 7. Once one has constructed a Pareto chart, name four possible factors
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Unformatted text preview: in deciding which defect to correct. 8. On what basis was it concluded that lack of normality was not important in the use of control charts? 9. Why is it important to have a program of continuous training and self improvement for everyone in an organization? 10. A data set consisting of 15 subgroups of size n=5 has a Grand Average of 936.08 units, and an Average Range of 27.84 units. Compute control limits for an Average and Range 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.

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Stat 513 SpMidI - in deciding which defect to correct 8 On...

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