d. Requires a sample to contain fewer than 30 observations
Q6. A major Automobile manufacturer has had to recall several models from its 1993 linedue to quality controlproblems that were not discovered with its random final inspectionprocedures. This is an example of
a. Type I error b. Type II error c. Both Type I and Type II error d. Neither type of error
Q7. If we say that Alpha = 0.10 for a particular hypothesis test, we are saying that
a.10% is our minimum standard for acceptable probability b.10%is the risk we take of rejecting a hypothesis that is truec.10% is the risk we take of accepting a hypothesis that is falsed. (a) and (b) onlye. (a) and (c) only
Q8. Which one of the following terms does not belong with the others?
a. Ishikawa Diagram b. Pareto Diagramc. Fishbone diagramd. Cause and Effect Diagram
Q9. Which Kind of variation can be seen in a control chart
a. Inherent variation b. Special Cause variationc. Random variationd. Patterns in variation
Q10. In the equation Y = A + BX +e, the e represents
a. The X intercept of the observed data b. The value of Y to which others are compared to determine the bestfitc. Random disturbances from the population regression lined. None of these
Q 11. A statistical technique to assess, monitor and maintain the stability of a process.
a. Pareto Chart b. Control Chartc. Run Chartd. Cause and Effect Diagrame. Histogram
Q.12. If a bar chart is seen arranged in the descending order of frequencies, then you areseeing a
a. Pareto Chart b. Bar Chartc. Histogramd. Control Charte. Flow Chartf. Run Chart