Knowledge Test 28

1. What does ‘Run’ signify in control chart?
a) Three point occur on one side of the control chart
b) No points occur on one side of the control chart
c) Seven or more points occur continuously on one side of the control chart
d) None of the above

2. Which century is considered the golden age of graphical methods?
a) Eighteenth
b) Nineteenth
c) Twentieth
d) Twenty First

3. The purpose of Pareto Analysis is:
a) Identify Root Causes
b) Distinguish between vital few and useful many
c) Distinguish between vital many useful few
d) None of the above

4.Is there any chance to become a cause as root cause, which is not root cause at present for the problem?
a) No
b) Yes
c) Never
d) Always

5. Histogram is not used for:
a) Assessing the process capability
b) Assessing the conformance to specification
c) Assessing the spread in the process
d) Assessing the vital few causes

6. Even though C & E diagram is a verbal tool it has been recognized as a statistical tool by  :
a) JSI (Japanese Standards Institute)
b) JUSE
c) JIPM
d) Kei Dan Ren

7. Cause and effect diagram is:
a) Relation between variations
b) Relation between cause and effect
c) Difference between causes
d) Relation between two problems

8. In a scatter diagram, the closeness of the points to a central line indicates
a) Positive Correlation
b) Negative Correlation
c) Lower Correlation
d) Higher Correlation

9. In ‘Root cause analysis’ step in problem solving. Quality Circle follow:
a) Why Why analysis
b) Validation of causes
c) Pareto Analysis
d) Stratification

10. Which one is not true for Quality Circle meeting?
a) Helps in generating lot of ideas
b) Helps in arriving at consensus decisions
c) Helps the ago satisfaction of a few members
d) Helps in better team involvement in implementations.

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