# 25 Multiple Choice Questions

1. In ____________ _____________ , if all the bars or most of the bars are roughly the same height, go for further Stratification. (2)
• Pareto Diagram
• None of the above
• Line Graph
• Activity Chart
1. In Pareto Table, data has to be arranged in ________________.
•  Ascending order
• Descending order
• Any order \
• None of the above

3. ________________ reveals the nature of relationship between two variables and their approximate strength.

• Gantt Chart
• Scatter Diagram
• Histogram
• Line graph

4. With a ________________ we can examine the logic, or lack of logic, in the sequence of steps that we use to produce some output in the work.

• Startification
• Scatter Diagram
• Process Flow Diagarm
• Brainstorming
1. The ________________ is an ideal way to display data when a quality improvement team is trying to evaluate a cause-effect relationship.
• Control Chart
• Scatter Diagram
• Milestone Chart
• Line graph
1. ________________ is a visual representation of the factors that might contribute to an observed phenomenon that is being examined.
• Ishikawa Diagram
• Line Graph
• Check Sheet
• Control Chart
1. A ________________ is a graphic presentation of the sequence of steps that we perform to produce some output.

• Scatter Diagram
• Flow Diagarm
• Brainstorming
• Startification

1. Cause and Effect Diagram is used to identify________________

• Actual Causes
• Sub Causes
• Root Causes
• Probable Causes

1. ________________ is a graphical representation of relationship between two variables.

• Histogram
• Pareto Diagram
• Scatter Diagram
• Line Graph

1. ______ _______ is used to simplify data collection and ensure that no items are omitted when inspecting.

• Check Sheet
• Stratification
• Brainstorming
• Flow Diagram

1. ________________ is an effective method of organising and presenting possible causes.

• Cause & Effect Diagram
• Line Graph
• Check Sheet
• Control Chart

1. ________________ is the process of separation of data into groups.

• Scatter Diagram
• Histogram
• Stratification
• Pie Chart

1. In ________________ if all the Bars are of about same height, in all probability the elements/factors have not been classified properly.
• Line Graph
• Pareto Diagram
• Scatter Diagram
• Stratification

14. Data obtained by count of defects, count of occurrences i.e. no. of accidents etc. can be termed as _________________ data.

• Attribute
• Variable
• Both a and b
• None of the above
1. ________________ is a group technique for generating new, useful ideas.
• Flow Diagram
• Pareto Diagram
• Scatter Diagram
• Brainstorming
1. Which graph is more suitable for observing trend over a period of time _________
• Bar Graph
• Pareto Diagram
• Line graph
1. Which presentation technique are used to show facts and also separate the ‘useful many’
• Pictorial Graphs
• Fishbone Diagram
• Pareto Diagram
• Line Graph

18. A flow diagram drawn to understand / study the process helps the team to

• Create problems
• Have an insight into potential bottlenecks
• Suggest time needed to solve problem
• None of the above

19. Who observed that the quality defects are unequal in frequency?

• Dr J M Juran
• Dr W E Deming
• Dr K Ishikawa
• Dr W A Shewhart
1. Most of the quality gurus insist upon the effective use of ____________ __________ to achieve excellence in quality.
• Problem Solving Teams
• Statistical Quality Control System
• Brainstorming
• None of the above