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QUESTION 51  (Topic 1)

= 0.05 In problem 1, do the data indicate that the population for machine A has a larger standard deviation?

 A. yes B. no

QUESTION 52  (Topic 1)

Find the value of (2) in the ANOVA table. Assume:

 A. 16.4 B. 3.2 C. 18.6 D. 23.2 E. 4.54 F. 12.2 G. 0.525 H. 2.82 I. 1.48 J. 35.4 K. 0.10

QUESTION 53  (Topic 1)

After a team has engaged in diversion activities they may need to employ a tool for conversion. Examples of such a tool are:

I.nominal group technique II. multivoting III. cause and effect diagram IV. activity network diagram V. matrix diagrams

 A. III and IV B. IV and V C. II and III D. I and II

QUESTION 54  (Topic 1)

A random sample of 2500 printed brochures is found to have a total of three ink splotches.

The rate of ink splotches in PPM is:

 A. 1,000,000 ?2500 ?3 B. 2500 ?1,000,000 ?3 C. 3 ?2500 ?1,000,000 D. 3 ?2500 ?1,000,000

QUESTION 55  (Topic 1)

This table displays the inventory of fasteners in a storage cabinet. An item is selected at random from the fastener cabinet. Find the approximate probability it is larger than 1/2.

 A. .35 B. .65 C. .1106 D. .47 E. none of the above

QUESTION 56  (Topic 1)

A stable, normally distributed process with specification 3.50 .03 has = 3.51 and = .016. What percent of the production violates specification?

 A. 16.43% B. 12.62% C. 18.58% D. 11.18%

QUESTION 57  (Topic 1)

A population is bimodal. One hundred samples of size 30 are randomly collected and the 100 sample means are calculated. The distribution of these sample means is:

 A. bimodal B. approximately exponential C. approximately Poisson D. approximately normal E. approximately uniform

QUESTION 58  (Topic 1)

= 0.05 A sample of size 50 from machine A has a mean of 18.2 and standard deviation 3.1. A sample of size 40 from machine B has mean 17.6 and standard deviation 2.8. Do these data indicate that the population for machine A has a larger mean? Assume the populations are normal.

 A. yes B. no

QUESTION 59  (Topic 1)

The Toronto plant produces appliances in the following distribution: Type A 23% Type B 42% Type C 35% A random sample of 300 appliances from the Texas plant has the following distribution: Type A 73 Type B 111 Type C 116 Is the distribution of appliances at the Texas plant the same as that at the Toronto plant?

 A. yes B. no

QUESTION 60  (Topic 1)

SCENARIO A Six Sigma team is measuring the moisture content of corn starch as it leaves the conveyer belt of a dryer. They collect one sample four cups of starch at times indicated in the chart at fixed locations labeled A, B, C, and D across the end of the belt. See the diagram below.

After some more work on the dryer, additional data are collected which when plotted looks like this:

Which type of variation dominates?

 A. within sample B. sample to sample within the hour C. hour to hour D. none of the above