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Question No.51
Which Experimental Design typically is most associated with the fewest number of input variables or factors in the design?

Response Surface design

Full Factorial design

Simple Linear Regression

Fractional Factorial design
Correct Answer: A
Question No.52
When analyzing the behavior of our process to assess customer satisfaction we are concerned about both the variation such that it stays within the spec limits and how well the Mean is
the process requirements.

Balanced against

Over and above

Twice as great as

Centered relative to
Correct Answer: D
Question No.53
Which statement is NOT correct about the Fitted Line Plot shown here?

The independent variable is the reactant

If the reactant was 10 units, with 95% confidence we would expect a minimum yield of 148 units

With at least 95% confidence, we can expect less than 10 units of Yield when the reactant is at a value of 1

A reactant value between 6 and 8 units yields around 40 to 60

When the reactant increases, the expected yield would increase
Correct Answer: D
Question No.54
For a Kanban to be successful which of these must occur?

Consistent cycle times

Fairly stable process demand of product or service

Low defect rate of incoming product or service

All of the above
Correct Answer: D
Question No.55
One of the foundations of Lean Six Sigma is the concept that the output of a process (Y) is influenced by the process inputs (X#39;s) and is commonly shown as which formula?

Y = Z(X2)

Y = f(X3)

Y = f(Xn)
D. Y = g(X 1.5)
Correct Answer: C
Question No.56
A Belt is analyzing data and upon creation of the graphical analysis sees multiple modes. One of the primary reasons this could occur is because the process has experienced a
.

Significant change from one shift to another

Sizable Measurement System error

Catastrophic failure of some sort

Any one of these
Correct Answer: D
Question No.57
An ANOVA used across many dependent variables could increase the Beta risk.

True

False
Correct Answer: B
Question No.58
Using this partial Z Table, how many units from a month#39;s production run are expected to not
satisfy customer requirements for the following process?
Upper specification limit: 7.2 Lower specification limit: 4.3 Mean of the process: 5.9 Standard Deviation: 0.65 Monthly production: 450 units
A.
3
B.
7
C.
10
D.
12
Correct Answer: C
Question No.59
Kaizens or Kaikakus and Six Sigma projects are intended to create breakthrough, significant process improvement versus minor, incremental improvements.

True

False

Correct Answer: A
Question No.60
Which statement(s) are correct about the Pareto Chart shown here for the DOE analysis? (Note:There are 2 correct answers).

It is unknown from this graph how many factors were in the Experimental Design.

The factors to keep in the mathematical model are E, D, DE, BD and B with an alpha risk equal to 2.06.

The effects to keep in the mathematical model are E, D, DE, BD and B with an alpha risk equal to 0.05.

The factors to keep in the mathematical model with a 5% alpha risk are BE, AB, A and AD.
Correct Answer: AC
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