CW-04 Answer Sheet
OIM320
Part I - Task A
1. Plot a histogram determine the mean and the standard deviation
(use: Analyze > Distribution).
Process K - M = 9.996 St. D = 0.008
2. Calculate CP. What does this value tell you about the
ability of the process

CW05-Part II worksheet-answers
Hypothesis Testing
OIM 320
Your graphs and answers to questions should be submitted in BBLearn as a word document under the
assignment: CW05 (all attached files should be renamed so that the file name begins with your last n

Abdkarim Sahila (28366542)
OIM 320
November 30, 2016
HW5
Problem #1
1. Assume that the upper specification limit is determined as 20% above the claim for an
average of 15 grams of fat (i.e. the upper specification limit is 18 gram). Use output from
JMP to

Abdkarim Sahila (28366542)
Shirley Smerling
OIM 320
September 19, 2016
HW1
Given that the 2014 SITA report indicates that the average of the industry is 6.96 mishandled bags per
1,000 passengers and assuming that the average number of bags per passenger i

Abdkarim Sahila
OIM 320
HW 4
November 7th, 2016
Challenge 2
1. I tried to keep track of when defects
would begin to get out of control. At
first I strictly looked at the visual and
waited to see spikes and when the lines
would get close to the limits. Soo

Abdkarim Sahila (28366542)
OIM 320
September 23rd, 2016
CW2
2.
1.
Divorced = 5.085%
Widowed = 1.695%
Anesthesiologists = 11.017%
Dermatologists = 1.695%
Orthopedic surgeons = 9.322%
3. There does not seem to be a relationship
between age of the patient an

Abdkarim Sahila
September 26 2016
OIM 320
HW2
Problem #1
(a)
For every 100 passengers that board American Eagle flights (enplaned), 1.033%
of those passengers generate a complaint about their baggage. This relates to the
DPMO metric because the DPMO metri

Abdkarim Sahila
OIM 320
October 12. 2016
HW3
Problem #1
(a) Proportion of bills in the same that were:
Paid on time: 150/200 or 3 out of 4 (75%)
Overdue:
50/200 or 1 out of 4 (25%)
(b) .
a. P(5) = 0.0583 or 5.83%
b. P(x<4) = 0.9218 or 92.18%
c. P(x>6) = 0

Karim Sahila & Geoffrey Greeley
For our CTQ project and deepening our knowledge on understanding the voice of the
customer we went ahead and studied the food establishment Baby Berk the food truck. Baby
Berk was a food truck that was started in 2011 as an

Homework #2
Problem #1:
a) 150 of 200 are on time and 50 of 200 were overdue. This gives us the proportions 0.75 and 0.25
respectively. These can be found by dividing the # by the total sample size.
b) i. The probability that 5 bills will be overdue is ab

Lab 5:
Task B:
18.1
a. With 95% confidence the mean of this sample will be between 1636.85 and 1663.15
Confidence Interval for Population
Mean, Standard Deviation Known
Alpha
0.05
Standard deviation
15
Sample size
5
Sample average
1650
Confidence Interval

Homework #1
Problem 1:
Task (a)
Daily Percentage of Defects
40
Frequency
30
20
10
0
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
Defect %
Above is a histogram representing the daily percentage of defects from Jan 1 st to Jun 30th
As you can see, the most common percentage is

Lab 4: Report
Part 1
Task A)
1.
Histogram of D
LSL
USL
25
Frequency
20
15
10
5
0
9.98
9.99
10.00
10.01
10.02
D
2.
Descriptive Statistics: D
Variable
D
N
100
N*
0
Mean
10.001
SE Mean
0.000949
StDev
0.00949
Minimum
9.980
Q1
9.994
3. Cp = (10.02-9.98)/6*0.00

OIM 320 Lab 2
PART I:
Task (a) Binomial Distribution
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
The probability of getting 1 success out of 3 trials.
The probability that the outcome of successes will be less than or equal to 1 success
C9
D9
Column B includes the calculation of prob

OIM 320 Lab 3
Part I:
Frequency of defects in Keyboards
2000
Frequency
1500
1000
500
0
Cause
Part II:
Task (a):
Pareto Chart of Cause
7000
100
6000
Frequency
4000
60
3000
Percent
80
5000
40
2000
20
1000
Cause
0
Frequency
Percent
Cum %
0
1987
31.4
31.4
103

OIM Furniture Co. Product Mix Problem
Unit Profit
Small Blocks
Large Blocks
Labor Hours
Tables
$50.00
Resources Used per Unit Produced
2
2
2
1
4
1
Tables
Units Produced
Chairs
$40.00
Chairs
Resource
Available
20
12
20
Total Profit
$0.00