15. What does Dr. Demings red bead experiment show people.
One of Dr. Demings lessons that came out of the red bead experiment was that people create processes
that arent perfect and that other people may have a better suggestion in addition to the curren

32. Four readings of the thickness of the paper in this textbook are 0.076 mm, 0.082 mm, 0.073 mm,
and 0.077 mm. Determine the mean and standard deviation.
The Mean is .077 and the Standard Deviation is .0032

6. What is meant by the statement, The process is in a state of statistical control.
A process is in a state of statistical control when the performance of the process falls within the
statistically calculated control limits and shows only chance or commo

2. Describe the relationship between averages and individuals in terms of specification
limits and control limits.
Specification limits are based on the voice of the customer , tolerances are provided in order to
decide whether a product meets the custome

13. Interpret the X and R charts in Figure P5.2
An X-bar and R (range) chart is a pair of control charts used with processes that have a subgroup size of
two or more. The standard chart for variables data, X-bar and R charts help determine if a process is

ADMF 211 Quality Control Concepts & Techniques 1
Chapter 4 - Statistics
Statistics: Statistics help us understand everything from the weather to the
census. Statistics, the collection, tabulation, analysis, interpretation, and
presentation of numerical da

ADMF 211 Quality Control Concepts & Techniques 1
Chapter 5 Variable Control Charts
Page 154 For 10 Step Process
Control Charts: Control charts are decision-making and problem-solving
tools. They provide an economic basis for making a decision as to
whethe

ADMF 211 Quality Control Concepts & Techniques 1
Chapter 3 Quality Improvement: Problem Solving
Problem Solving The isolation and analysis of a problem and the development
of a permanent solution. The key words in this definition are permanent
solution. I

2. Give three examples each for continuous data and discrete data
Continuous data is data that belongs to a range. I would consider this to be data from an analog system
such as:
1. The amount of mpg of gas that a car gets
2. The amount of voltage in a wi

16. Why is it important to use both statistical measures and descriptive concepts when describing a
histogram?
Its important to use both statistical measures and descriptive concepts when describing a histogram.
The statistical measures describe the distr