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Work Measurement Techniques Quiz

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1. Which of the following is NOT a primary method of work measurement?

2. In a time study, the Performance Rating factor is applied to adjust for what?

3. What does MOST stand for in the context of predetermined motion time systems?

4. Which work measurement technique involves taking a large number of observations at random times to estimate the proportion of time spent on different activities?

5. What is the primary purpose of using standard data in work measurement?

6. In predetermined motion time systems (PMTS), what is the term for the smallest unit of work that has a predetermined time value assigned to it?

7. Which method of work measurement is specifically designed to measure the work of indirect labor, such as maintenance and janitorial services?

8. In the context of work measurement, what does 'normalizing data' refer to?

9. Which factor is NOT considered when calculating standard time using a time study?

10. What advantage does using predetermined motion time systems (PMTS) have over traditional time studies?