Then, complete the questions below:
In the video, it is mentioned that Whirlpool provides three different types of
appliances that vary in the amount of features that are offered. Discuss the
product differentiation across these types. How could this a
Lean enterprises focus on how to eliminate waste, such as time, energy, and resources. If we can
eliminate wasteful activities and processes, we can increase revenue and provide our customers with the
best products possible. Lean thinking encompasses many
FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS
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In one paragraph, distinguish between education and training. Then, describe a situation in
your life where you have used your education. Describe a situation where you have used training.
Training refers to job-related skill training and is
Bumblebees use a lot of tools to find nectar in flowers like visual cues and chemical signs. But,
as it turns out, theyre also able to detect weak electrical signals that flowers give off. There is a
static electrical charge that pulls on the hair on your
In this unit you are learning about the concepts related to objects in motion. Its important to not only
understand these fundamental concepts but apply them.
Use the Internet or ECPI Online Library to find at least ONE professional or scholarly source th
Unit 4 Review Assignment
What does the upper control limit of a p, np, c, or u chart tell us about the process? What does
the lower control limit tell us?
The upper limit in p, np, c or u charts, generally known as attributes
Tracers are a common application of radioisotopes. Tracers are commonly used in the medical
field and in the study of plants and animals. Radioactive Iodine-131 can be used to study the
function of the thyroid gland assisting in detecting disease. the C-1
Your textbook identifies six typical steps in conducting an experiment. List those steps in
order of occurrence.
Plan your experiment. Setup your experiment. Select a study for your experiment. Run your
experiment. Analyze your experiment. A
Attributes are characteristics that are associated with a product, service or process can be counted (Six
Sigma, p.257). For example, we can count the number of cars that have a scratched finish, we can count
the number of containers that are damaged duri
F'hET Tutorial: Circuit Construction Kit — Ohm‘s Law and Power
To understand the relationships between voltage_ current resistance and power for a simple circuit containing one resistor and one battery
For this tutorial use the PhET simulat
PhET Tutorial: Charges and Electric Potential
To understand the spatial distribution ofthe electric potential for a variety of simple charge configurations. and to understand howthe electric field and electric
potential (voltage) are relate
PhET Tutorial: Charges and Electric Fields
To understand the spatial distribution of the electric field for a variety of simple charge configurations.
Forthis problem. usethe PhET simulation Charges and Fields. This simulation allows you to
LEUHCh ﬁftdthen ixg‘lplore the WM Click “Play” and see what happens on the graph and on the dial as the ball rolls down the plane.
below to help YOU With the tellW'hg 5et Of How can you use the graph of velocity versus time to estim
Interactive Figure: Internal Combustion
Explore the Interactive Figure to help you with the
following set of questions. lfyou need more help.
click on "How To Use" for more intormation.
Drag the slider to see the various stages of the
Unit 3 Quiz
1. How is the direction of an electric field defined?
Answer: The direction of the field is the direction of the force on a positive test charge.
2. The force that binds atoms together to form molecules is
3. To bec
Unit 2 Quiz
1. A very massive object A and a less massive object B move toward each other under the influence
of gravity. Which force, if either, is greater?
Answer: both forces are the same.
2. A 2-kg box of taffy candy has 40 J of potential ene
Unit 4 Assignment 1
Item 1: Distinguish between these different aspects of a wave: period, amplitude, wavelength, and
Answer: Period is the time from one crest to the next, amplitude is the distance from the midpoint to a
Unit 3 Assignment 2
Item 1: What produces a magnetic field?
Answer: Electric charges in motion
Item 2: How does magnetic field strength relate to the closeness of magnetic field lines about a bar
Answer: The field strength is stronger whe
Unit 3 Assignment 1
Item 1: Which part of an atom is positively charged, and which part is negatively charged?
Answer: The nucleus is positively charged and the electron cloud is negatively charged.
Item 2: Why are metals good conductors of both
Unit 2 Assignment 1
Item 1: Which requires more work: lifting a 50-kg sack a vertical distance of 2 m or lifting a 25-kg sack a
vertical distance of 4 m?
Answer: Both take the same 1000 J.
Item 2: When one does twice the work in twice the time, t
Unit 2 Assignment 2: Chapters 15 & 18 Homework
Item 1: In which direction does heat flow spontaneously between hot and cold objects?
Answer: From high temperature to low temperature
Item 2: Which warms up fastest when heat is ap