This set of Statistical Quality Control Quiz focuses on “Statistical Basis of the Control Chart – 2”.

1. In the name of the OC curve, OC stands for _____

a) Operation Characteristic

b) Operating Characteristic

c) Operator Characteristic

d) Operated Characteristic

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Explanation: The OC curve stands for Operating Characteristic curve which is used to develop an understanding of probability variation of the Type II error in the quality control.

2. The general theory of Control charts was first developed by _____

a) Walter A. Shewhart

b) Deming

c) ISO

d) ASQC

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Explanation: W.A. Shewhart was the first person to develop an applicable theory for quality control for the processes used in manufacturing a product. This was known as the general theory of Control Charts.

3. Control charts are the part of ____ step of DMAIC process.

a) Define

b) Measure

c) Act

d) Control

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Explanation: The control charts use the data from the measure step to analyze the process situation and then apply the steps to control the quality of the process. So they are used in the control step, analyze step of DMAIC process.

4. The size of sample is 5 for a process. If the process standard deviation is 0.15 micron, and the mean of process is 1.5 micron, the standard deviation of the sample average will be ____

a) 0.0500

b) 0.1000

c) 0.6710

d) 0.0671

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Explanation: The standard deviation of the sample average is calculated by,

σ

_{x}=σ/√n

Putting σ=0.15,n=5, we get, σ

_{x}=0.0671.

5. For a process, sample size=5, process standard deviation=0.15, mean=1.5, and the std. deviation of mean is 0.0671. What will be the value of 3σ upper control limit for the construction of control chart?

a) 1.70

b) 1.29

c) 1.92

d) 0.170

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Explanation: As we know, UCL

_{3σ}=;n=5; σ=0.15,x = 1.5; σ

_{x}=0.0671{from question}

So, UCL

_{3σ}=1.5+3(0.0671)=1.7013.

6. The correct expression for UCL for construction of a control chart is given by _____

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7. The general model for the lower control limit for a value of quality characteristic “w” will be _____

a) LCL = μ_{w} + Lσ_{w}

b) LCL = μ_{w} – Lσ

c) LCL = μ_{w} – Lσ_{w}

d) LCL = μ_{w} + Lσ

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Explanation: The general expression for LCL of a quality characteristic “w” is given by,

LCL = μ

_{w}– Lσ

_{w};

Where “L” denotes the distance of control limits from the center line.

8. The center line of a control chart will be having a value ______

a) Higher than mean of quality characteristic

b) Lower than mean of quality characteristic

c) Equal to mean of quality characteristic

d) Which is higher than UCL

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Explanation: The center line of the control chart denotes the value of the process mean of the quality characteristic. It is always the desired value.

9. Which of these is a part of corrective action process associated with control chart?

a) OCAP

b) DMAIC

c) OC curve

d) LCL

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Explanation: OCAP (Out-of-control-plan) is an important part of the corrective action process associated with the control charts which uses results of control charts to control the process.

10. Which of these can be used to estimate capability of the process?

a) Control charts

b) Process mean

c) Acceptance Sampling

d) Designed Experiments

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Explanation: Control charts are also used as estimating device as their results can be used to estimate the process capability of a certain process.

11. Control charts for central tendency and the variability are called ______ control charts.

a) Variables

b) Attributes

c) Acceptance

d) Rejections

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Explanation: It is convenient to describe the variables with a measure of central tendency and measure of variability. So the control charts for central tendency and variability are called Variable control charts.

12. The control charts formed for judgment of conformities and non-conformities are called ______ control charts.

a) Variables

b) Attributes

c) Acceptance

d) Rejections

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Explanation: Attributes are increased on the discrete scale and they give results as either conformity or non-conformity. So the charts plotted for non-conformities and conformities are called Attributes control charts.

13. Control charts with points around mean and in predicted or fixed manner indicate ____

a) Stationary variability

b) Non-stationary variability

c) Auto correlated variability

d) Process out of control

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Explanation: The control charts which have points around the mean and in a predicted manner indicate that the process has stationary variability. This explains the nature of the process.

14. Auto correlated stationary process data is dependent on each other.

a) True

b) False

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Explanation: In the auto correlated data, one data observations influence the next point, which means, if one point is above the mean in the control chart, the next one will also be above the mean.

15. Control charts are not effective in defect prevention.

a) True

b) False

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Explanation: The control charts will help in the “Do it right from the first time” philosophy. This means, it helps to control quality of the process, which means we get more conforming products than from out-of-control process.

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