CHAPTER
17
Statistics for Quality:
Control and Capability
17.1 Processes and Statistical Process Control
17.2 Using Control Charts
17.3 Process Capability Indexes
17.4 Control Charts for Sample Proportions
17-2
CHAPTER 17
Statistics for Quality: Control a
Chapter 16
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. Which of the following symbols represents a population parameter?
a. SD
b.
c. r
d. 0
2. If you drew all possible samples from some population, calculated the mean
Chapter 15
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. What is the median of the following set of scores?
18, 6, 12, 10, 14 ?
a. 10
b. 14
c. 18
d. 12
2. Approximately what percentage of scores fall within one standard
Chapter 14
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. According to the typology used in your text, research in which quantitative and
qualitative techniques are mixed in a single study is specifically called:
a. Mixed
Chapter 17
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. A researcher does a study of students' phenomenological feelings about problem solving. One
of her categories of codes involves positive affect. Two subcategories
Chapter 18
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. When a citation includes more than _ authors, only the surname of the first author is cited
followed by et al.
a. 3
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6
2. When referencing other works
Chapter 3
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. A good qualitative problem statement:
a. Defines the independent and dependent variables
b. Conveys a sense of emerging design
c. Specifies a research hypothesis to
CHAPTER
15
Nonparametric Tests
15.1 The Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test 15.2 The Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test 15.3 The Kruskal-Wallis Test
15-2
CHAPTER 15 Nonparametric Tests
Introduction
The most commonly used methods for inference about the means of quantitative re
BABA SHIV, ZIV CARMON, and DAN ARIELY*
The authors demonstrate that marketing actions, such as pricing, can
alter the actual efficacy of products to which they are applied. These
placebo effects stem from activation of expectancies about the efficacy of
t
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Kielce, Poland; M. Lpez-Pellicer, University of Valncia, Valencia, Spain
Descriptive Topology in Selected Topics of Functional Analysis
1st Edition., 2011, XII, 493 p.
Regressão Linear Simples
Estudo de Caso
A tabela a seguir indica as quantidades produzidas de certo produto, e os respectivos custos totais de produção, apresentados pela Empresa Econométrica Ltda. durante
a primeira semana do mês de janeiro de 2005:
Quan
REGRESSO LINEAR SIMPLES exemplo usando o SPSS
O sucesso de um programa de investimento em papis de outros pases depende,
em grande parte, do controle do risco soberano dos pases constantes no portflio.
Um meio de se avaliar o risco atravs da taxa de juros
Regresso Linear em SPSS
1. No ficheiro Calor.sav encontram-se os valores do consumo mensal de energia, medido em
milhes de unidades termais britnicas, acompanhados de valores de output, em milhes de
kWh, de electricidade fornecida por uma central termo-el
Chapter 13
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. A researcher was interested in studying why the new math of the 1960s failed. She
interviews several teachers who used the new math during the 1960s. These teacher
Chapter 12
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. Which of the following is characteristic of qualitative research?
a. Generalization to the population
b. Random sampling
c. Unique case orientation
d. Standardized
Chapter 4
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. Ethics is the set of principles and guidelines that help us to uphold the things we value.
a. True
b. False
2. Which of the following is necessary in obtaining info
Chapter 5
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. Which of the following is not an assumption underlying testing and measurement?
a. Various approaches to measuring aspects of the same thing can be useful
b. Error
Chapter 6
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. According to your text, how many points should a rating scale have?
a. Five
b. Four
c. Ten
d. Somewhere from 4 to 11 points
2. What is the problem(s) with this set
Chapter 7
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. When each member of a population has an equally likely chance of being selected, this is
called:
a. A nonrandom sampling method
b. A quota sample
c. A snowball samp
Chapter 8
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. When a extraneous variable systematically varies with the independent variable and influences
the dependent variable, it is called:
a. Another dependent variable
b.
Chapter 9
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. Analysis of covariance is:
a. A statistical technique that can be used to help equate groups on specific variables
b. A statistical technique that can be used to co
Chapter 9
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. Analysis of covariance is:
a. A statistical technique that can be used to help equate groups on specific variables
b. A statistical technique that can be used to co
Chapter 10
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. A researcher does a study examining the effects of a preschool program. He uses a
nonequivalent comparison group design. He finds that the cognitive growth of his
Chapter 11
Multiple Choice Questions
(The answers are provided after the last question.)
1. The number of police officers and the number of crimes are positively related. This
relationship is:
a. A causal relationship
b. A direct relationship
c. A probabi
Regresso Logstica
Princpios da Regresso Logstica:
A varivel dependente est limitada a dois resultados possveis.
S devemos incluir as variveis independentes relevantes.
Devemos ter um mnimo de 30 casos por varivel independente.
A regresso logstica assume q
Regresso Logstica
Princpios da Regresso Logstica:
A varivel dependente est limitada a dois resultados possveis.
S devemos incluir as variveis independentes relevantes.
Devemos ter um mnimo de 30 casos por varivel independente.
A regresso logstica assume q
Regresso Linear em SPSS
1. No ficheiro Calor.sav encontram-se os valores do consumo mensal de energia, medido em
milhes de unidades termais britnicas, acompanhados de valores de output, em milhes de
kWh, de electricidade fornecida por uma central termo-el
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