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Black Belt Six Sigma
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Answer 15 questions in 15 minutes.
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Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. Upper control limit
Taguchi
latin square design
S chart
beta risk
2. Determines how much area under a distribution is in the critical region  type 1 risk
rolled throughput yield
alpha risk
beta risk
Taguchi
3. The risk of accepting the null hypothesis when  in fact  the alternate hypothesis is true. In other words  stating no difference exists when there is an actual difference. A statistical test should be capable of detecting differences that are impo
beta risk
design alias
Plackett and Burman nongeometric design
latin square design
4. The probability that a single unit can pass through a series of process steps free of defects.
S chart
Taguchi
df= n(a) +n(b) 2
rolled throughput yield
5. Scale that uses numbers (5 strongly agree  4 agree...)  focuses on measuring the direction of an attitude
df= n(a) +n(b) 2
rolled throughput yield
likert scale
EVOP
6. System(concept) design  then parameter design  then tolerance design
Plackett and Burman nongeometric design
df= n(a) +n(b) 2
robustness approach
EVOP
7. A specific repeatedmeasures design with builtin counterbalancing  cannot be used when estimations of interactions are desired
beta risk
latin square design
rolled throughput yield
df= n(a) +n(b) 2
8. Cumulative Sum
CuSum
likert scale
latin square design
Plackett and Burman nongeometric design
9. A square matrix of n rows and columns  a technique to control for order effects without having all possible orders; a limited set of orders constructed to ensure that each condition appears at each ordinal position and each condition precedes and fo
S chart
EWMA
Taguchi
latin square
10. They are not fractional factorial and they are main effects only
latin square design
EVOP
Plackett and Burman nongeometric design
CuSum
11. Evolutionary Operations
S chart
EVOP
Plackett and Burman nongeometric design
CuSum
12. Confused experiment or confounded
design alias
EWMA
df= n(a) +n(b) 2
latin square
13. Degrees of freedom
Plackett and Burman nongeometric design
CuSum
EVOP
df= n(a) +n(b) 2
14. A quality improvement tool. Understand effects of process on output.
Taguchi
beta risk
CuSum
design alias
15. Exponentially weighted moving average
EWMA
alpha risk
rolled throughput yield
EVOP