# Six Sigma Tools for Analyze Quiz

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## Six Sigma Tools for Analyze Quiz

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**Week- 1**

**Measurement System Analysis Practice Graded Quiz**

1.

Question 1

What does Calibration really accomplish?

1 point

- A preference of using a gage as opposed

to using other measuring devices - The closeness of repeated readings to the

standard **Helps align the true value with the observed value within the process.**- The observed average of measurements from

a gage

2.

Question 2

An Observed Variation has two sources:

Actual and Measurement

1 point

**True**- False

3.

Question 3

Gage Stability is the drift in the absolute output of a measurement device over time.

1 point

- False
**True**

4.

Question 4

What is not a source of variation?

1 point

**Checking for the mean drift is the same as**

**variation**- Other sources such as environmenta
- The measuring device itself
- The operator conducting the measurements

5.

Question 5

Accuracy is how close the agreement is

between the mean of one or more measured results to that of a reference or

standard value

1 point

**True**- False

6.

Question 6

If you see a tolerance of plus or minus 5 thousandths of an inch in a drawing, what is this referring to?

1 point

**Accuracy**- Precision

7.

Question 7

Repeatability and Reproducibility are a part of…..

1 point

**Operator variability**- Gage variability
- Actual variability

8.

Question 8

Total variability is the sum of the part-to-part variability (or actual variability) and the measurement variability.

1 point

**True**- False

**Week- 2**

**Process Analysis Tools**

1.

Question 1

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis is a

relatively new quality tool.

1 point

True

**False**

2.

Question 2

Risk Management is a critical part of:

1 point

ISO 9000/2015

The Malcolm Baldrige Framework for Performance

Any Quality System

**All of the above**

3.

Question 3

FMEA is typically done by an individual expert

working alone.

1 point

True

**False**

4.

Question 4

Why do we need to talk to our customers when doing

FMEA?

1 point

To determine if they are satisfied

To determine their needs and wants

**To learn how they intend to use our product**

To determine if they are engaged

**Week- 3**

**Root Cause Analysis Graded Quiz**

1.

Question 1

A Prioritization Matrix may be used by a team to

decide among options.

1 point

**True**

False

2.

Question 2

The use of the Prioritization Matrix can be described

as

1 point

An exercise that is both qualitative and

quantitative

A quantitative exercise that may feel

qualitative.

An exercise that is neither qualitative nor

quantitative.

**A qualitative exercise that may feel**

**quantitative.**

3.

Question 3

When using a Prioritization Matrix a decision is

reached:

1 point

**Through a series of team discussions, guided by**

**the score.**

By selecting the option with the lowest score

By selecting the option with the highest score

All of the above

4.

Question 4

In a Prioritization Matrix, the criteria are

determined:

1 point

**By the team**

By external standards

By company policy

All of the above

5.

Question 5

A priority Matrix should have:

1 point

**The number of options and criteria that suit the**

**problem**

Four options and four criteria

Four options and three criteria

Three options and four criteria

**Week- 4**

**Data Analysis Graded Quiz**

1.

Question 1

Which of the images below is left-skewed?

1 point

2.

Question 2

Suppose the time to answer calls by a customer

service center are normally distributed with a mean of 2 minutes and a standard

deviation of 0.5 minutes. Estimate the percentage of calls that will take

longer than 3.5 minutes to answer.

1 point

49.9%

50.14%

99.9%

**0.14%**

3.

Question 3

Suppose the time to answer calls by a customer

service center are normally distributed with a mean of 2 minutes and a standard

deviation of 0.5 minutes. Estimate the percentage of calls that will take

between 2.5 and 3.0 minutes to answer.

1 point

97.7%

86.5%

**13.5%**

84.1%

4.

Question 4

Which of the following is NOT a requirement to

model with the binomial distribution?

1 point

A constant probability of

success between

A discrete random variable

Exactly two possible states

for the random variable

**Less than 25 trials**

5.

Question 5

Which of the following COULD be modeled using

the binomial distribution?

1 point

The probability of getting

exactly 12 odd numbers when rolling a fair die 20 times.

The probability of exactly

1 defect when taking a sample of size 4 from a lot of size 40 that is known to

be 5% defective. <the population size is less than 50

The number of times you

flip a fair coin before getting 3 heads <this does not have a set number of

trials

**The number of each type of ****value meal at McDonalds ordered from the first 100 cars <this does not have ****two states**

6.

Question 6

Suppose that a sample of size 10 is randomly

chosen from a batch of size 100 that is known to be 8% defective. What is the probability that there is exactly

two defective items in your sample?

1 point

.009

**.148**

.378

.102

7.

Question 7

Which of the following is

true about variation:

1 point

**Control charts are used to ****recognize special cause variation when it occurs so that appropriate action is ****taken**

Common cause variation are

events that can be controlled if made aware of

Special cause variation can

exist in a process that is in statistical control

Special cause variation is

inherent to the process and cannot be controlled

8.

Question 8

The impact of a defective batch of raw material

on the variability in a process would be characterized as what type of

variation?

1 point

Bivariate

**Special cause**

Unimodal

Common cause