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Six Sigma Math question If you had a normally-distributed process with some average(x-bar) and some standard deviation (S), How would you find the

Six Sigma Math question

If you had a normally-distributed process with some average(x-bar) and some standard deviation (S), How would you find the expectedpercentage that would be above (or below) a certain point of interest?

A.) You would calculate the population arithmetic mean

B.) You would calculate the population sigma

C.) You would calculate a Z score and then you would lock upin the Z table to see what percentage would be expected above (or below ) acertain point

D.)  You would use afractional factorial with the resolution IV

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