CSSBB Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (Exam 4)

CSSBB Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (Exam 4)

created by Fisher BRink (@fisher) at Feb. 8, 2016
  • The principle disadvantage of fractional factorial experiments is that:

  • In a resolution III fractional factorial experimental design, main effects are con...

  • A stable, normally distributed process with specification 3.50 .03 has = 3.51 and ...

  • Find Cp and Cpk.

  • The following data were collected on the diameters of turned shafts: 2.506 2.508 2...

  • Calculate the main effect of factor A (i. e. A+ A ).

  • Intuitively, which factor A or B seems most likely to be significant?

  • The preferred method for determining statistically whether factor A or B is signif...

  • Calculate the interaction effect

  • This experimental design is an example of:

  • Is it safe to assume that the interaction effects are negligible?

  • A higher resolution number for an experimental design indicates that:

  • Find the value of (9) in the ANOVA table. Assume:

  • Find the value of (11) in the ANOVA table. Assume:

  • A set of data from a process has 8 readings per sample and 50 samples. The mean of...

  • A set of data from a process has 8 readings per sample and 50 samples. The mean of...

  • A set of data from a process has 8 readings per sample and 50 samples. The mean of...

  • A set of data from a process has 8 readings per sample and 50 samples. The mean of...

  • A set of data from a process has 8 readings per sample and 50 samples. The mean of...

  • The following is a set of individual measurements:3 5 4 5 6 3 4 3 2 4 5 6 5 7 6 4 ...

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