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2.A scatter plot is used to show: a.80-20 Rule b.Distribution Summary c.Outliers d.Correlation / Relationship 3. Indicate if the Special Cause or Common Cause is described: a. Variation created by factors outside the normal operation of the process – Special Cause b. Further stratify to pinpoint key factors; Reduce variation – Common Cause c. Unusual, sporadic, less frequent – Special Cause d. Focus on Special factors and eliminate/prevent them – Special Cause e. Variation created by normal factors in the process – Common Cause f. Random, normal, chronic, more frequent – Common Cause 4.In a run chart a shift is indicated as ____ more consecutive points on the same side of the median 5.In a run chart a trend is indicated as ____ more consecutive points on the same side of the median 6.Defects Per Million Opportunities (DPMO) is: 7. In process measures, look upstream at outputs or results and look for defects, yields, sigmas, and/or cost data from the process and those inputs. a. True b. False 10
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8. Process Capability is the inherent ability of a process to meet business requirements expectations with additional efforts. a. True b. False 9.The Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) measures the dollar impact of problems. It examines both internal and external failures: a.Magnitude; Solutions; Failures b.Dollar; Improvements; Quality c.Magnitude; Problems; Quality d.Dollar; Problems; Failures Module 6 – Analysis Pt 1 1.Non Value Added work includes the following (choose all that apply): 2. Value Enabling work: a. Can be eliminated because the customer does not want to pay for it b. Must remain in the process because they are connected to regulations and compliance that are required in the process c. Are not essential to the process 3. Jerry’s Noodle Factory runs two 8-hour shifts per day. They are open Monday – Friday. The demand from Sam Woo is 500lbs/week. The demand from The Spaghetti Factory is 10,000lbs/month. Their current machine capacity is 50lbs/hr. Daily Machine Setup time per day is 2 hours and clean up time required each day is 1hr. The machine must be setup and cleaned every single day that the machine runs regardless if it is the full 2 shifts or not. Note: Assume the average number of working days per month is 21.75. However, the current scrap rate for step 2 is 15%. They package the noodles in boxes of 10lbs net weight. The simplified VSM for their process is below: a. Step 1-Manually fill Machine with flour and water i. Cycle Time = 1min/lb ii. Scrap = 0% iii. 2 Operators b. Step 2-Machine automatically produces noodles i. Cycle Time = 50lbs/hr ii. Scrap Rate = 13% iii. No operators c. Step 3-Package Noodles i. Cycle Time = 5 seconds/5lbs ii. 3 operators
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