ch10-S - ch10-S Student 1 Acceptance sampling is applied to...

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ch10-S Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Acceptance sampling is applied to batches of items during the production process. True False 2. Acceptance sampling procedures are required for inspection both before and after production. True False 3. Flexible acceptance sampling revises the sampling plan to meet actual results. True False 4. The purpose of acceptance sampling is to decide whether a batch of items satisfies pre-determined standards. True False 5. A good sampling plan will occasionally reject a lot with very good quality. True False 6. Acceptance sampling is most useful when the cost consequences of passing defectives are low. True False 7. Acceptance sampling procedures can be applied to both attribute and variables inspection. True False 8. Acceptance sampling plans must specify the lot size, the sample size, and the acceptance/rejection criteria. True False 9. In a single-sampling plan, the entire lot, or batch of items, is accepted or rejected based upon only one specified sized sample. True False 10. A double-sampling plan requires a second sample of exactly twice the size of the first sample. True False 11. Sampling plans are designed considering both the cost and time required for the inspection. True False 12. In a double-sampling plan, a second sample may not be taken if the results of the first sample are conclusive. True False 13. Acceptance sampling is a form of inspection applied to items during an ongoing process. True False 14. In a double-sampling plan, a second sample is taken if the results of the first sample are inconclusive. True False 15. The ability of an acceptance sampling plan to discriminate between good and bad lots is described by its operating characteristic curve. True False 16. The AQL determines the percentage level of defects that are acceptable. True False 17. The Lot tolerance percent defective (LTPD) is associated with a consumer's risk. True False
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18. The Acceptable quality level (AQL) is associated with a producer's risk. True False 19. An alternative to acceptance sampling is 100% inspection. True False 20. Due to the nature of acceptance sampling, the average outgoing quality limit (AOQL) occurs when the incoming fraction defective reaches a maximum. True False 21. "Average outgoing quality" curves show the average quality level of inspected and un-inspected lots for any given incoming fraction defective. True False
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