7.19 Exercise 21
The probability of a salesman making a successful sales call is 0.2 when 8 calls are made in a day.
Determine the probability of making exactly 3 successful calls in a day. Determine the probability of
making more than 2 successful calls
Minitab Exercise 4 Binomial Probabilities
Rev 01/14
In this session you will
Generate random data of the binomial distribution
Better understand the concept of binomial distributions
Calculate cumulative probabilities using binomial distribution
Approxima
EIN5226 Fall 2014
Study Questions for Modules 8, 10 and 11.
Module 8 Measurement Systems Analysis
What is included in a measurement system?
What are the sources of variation when measuring a part?
What are the key considerations when selecting a measuring
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Probability
Chapter 6
Karen E. Schmahl Ph.D., P.E.
Probability
Experiment:
Process that results in an outcome that
cannot be predicted in advance
Sample space: Set of all possible outcomes of an
experiment
Event:
Subset of a sample spac
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Basic Tools I
Chapter 5 Sections 5.1-5.12
Karen E. Schmahl Ph.D., P.E.
Introduction
This chapter continues the discussion of basic techniques
and offers a collection of data analysis, data presentation,
and improvement alternatives.
A
Probability Worksheet (1/31/14)
Part A. Basic Probability
The problem here, is designed to illustrate basic probability theory and approaches to solving problems.
Consider the following
A process is producing items that may be misshapen (Type M defect) or
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EIN 5226
Measure Phase from DMAIC
Part II Introduction
Measurements I
Chapter 3 Sections 1-8
Karen E. Schmahl Ph.D., P.E.
Part II Introduction
Part II (Chapter 3-14) addresses process definition,
process performance, and the quantification of
v
Minitab Exercise Module 3 Normal & Lognormal Distribution
(Rev 07_14)
In this session you will review normal and lognormal distribution concepts and learn for these in Minitab, to
Determine cumulative probabilities,
Determine inverse cumulative probabilit
6.2 Exercise 2
6.5
A process hadmme steps. The probabiiity of failure for each step equated to the roll of mm c'i-ice. The
probabilitynf failure: M the rst step war: equivalent to rolling two-ones, Lg, Snake eyes. The pmbability of
failure forth: second .
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Minitab Exercise 2 Describing Variation
Rev 1/14 Minitab 16
In this session you will learn to
Generate random data
Create a stem and leaf diagram
Perform basic statistics
Create a histogram
Create a histogram under charts with mo
Minitab Exercise 5 Poisson.
Rev 1/14
In this this exercise you will
Practice solving classic Poisson problems by hand and with Minitab
Gain a better understanding of application of approximations with Poisson, binomial and normal
distributions.
Part A. Po
EIN 5359 Industrial Financial Decisions
Spring 2016
Exam II
April 29, 2016
(10) 1a. Given the information that follows, prepare a cash budget for the XYZ Store for the first six months of 2016.
All prices and costs remain constant.
Sales are 88% for cre
Question 1
1. A major deficiency of the statement of cash flows is that it doesn't explicitly consider
non-cash transactions.
True
False
1 points
Question 2
1. The current ratio is never larger than the quick ratio.
True
False
1 points
Question 3
1. An ag
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2- How does being a limited partner in a business enterprise
differ from being a stockholder, assuming the same percentage
of ownership? The limited partner generally does not have a role in selecting the
management or in influencing the dir
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4) You need to have $50,000 at the end of 10 years. To accumulate this sum, you have
decided to save a certain amount at the en
Solutions to Chapter 17
Review Questions
6. Progressive shearing involves a smaller volume of material being sheared and so a smaller
shearing force than if the entire sheared length is produced at the same time (i.e. a smaller force,
longer distance acti
Solutions to Chapter 16
Review Questions
6. In a rolling operation, friction between the rolls and the workpiece is the propulsion
force that drives the material forward. If the friction force is insufficient to deform the material, the
material remains s
Solution to Homework of Chapter 12
Review Questions:
6. The material used for construction of a casting pattern is determined primarily by the number of
castings to be produced, but is also influenced by the size and shape of the casting, the desired
dime
Solution to Homework of Chapter 11
Review Questions:
5. In the single-use molding processes, a new mold must be made for each casting. In contrast,
multiple-use molds can be used for repeated castings and are generally made of metal or graphite.
They are
Solution to Homework of Chapter 9
Review Questions
7. The three usual phases of product design are: conceptual design, functional design and production
design. Consideration of material is of almost no concern in the first phase; is of importance in the
s
HW Solutions for Chapter 14
2. Thermoplastic polymers can be heated to a temperature at or near the melting temperature so that
the material becomes either a formable solid or a liquid. The polymer can then be cast, injected into a
mold, or forced through
Homework Solutions to Chapter 36
Review Questions
13. When prediction (sample suggestion) is the same as reality there is no error. Type I error,
alpha error is when prediction is that change occurred when in reality there was no change. Type
II, beta err
Homework Solutions to Chapter 24
Review Questions
2. As in all machining processes, the cutting speed (V) is selected based on the cutting tool
material and work material. The feed (f t) is also selected in terms of how much each tooth will
remove during
Homework Solutions to Chapter 23
Review Questions
1. The flutes form the rake angle of the cutting edges, permit coolant to get to the cutting edges, and
serve as channels (elevators) through which the chips are lifted out of the hole.
2. The rake angle o
Homework solutions to Chapter 22
Review Questions:
10. The cutting forces depend greatly on the feed and depth of cut and the cutting forces
are what cause the tool to deflect during the cutting process. Since the tools in boring are
usually less well sup
Homework Solutions to Chapter 20
Review Questions:
3. Single point include: turning, facing, boring, shaping, planing, fly cutter milling, some modes of
deep hole drilling and other variations of lathe operations such as cutoff, recessing plunge or form
t