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# Knowledge Test 2018 : Set 6

### 1. If coefficient of correlation of two variables is 0.8, this shows that

a. There is no Correlation

b. There is Strong Positive Correlation

c. There is Strong Negative Correlation

d. The Difference in Both the Variables

### 2. In a flow diagram what does a rectangle represent?

a. Unstructured

b. Slip Method

c. Round Robin

d. None of above

### 3. When a process is following normal distribution what percentage of observation fall outside the 3 Sigma limit?

a. 3%

b. 3.2 parts per million

c. 0.27 %

d. 2.2 parts per billion

### 4. When was QCFI established?

a. 1998

b. 1960

c. 1991

d. 1982

### 5. The process capability is calculated as

a. (USL-LSL)/3 σ

b. (USL+LSL)/3 σ

c. (USL-LSL)/ 6 σ

d. (USL+LSL)/6 σ

### 6. A tolerance diagram is also called

a. Scatter diagram

b. Defect concentration diagram

c. Histogram

d. Tier Chart

### 7. What should be the recommended number of classes or groups for 450 observations for frequency distribution for making histogram?

a. 11

b. 10

c. 9

d. 8

### 8. What is MODE in a set of Data?

a. The highest value

b. The Middle value

c. The most frequent value

d. None of above

### 9. Meaning of “Genjitsu” is

a. The Actual Place

b. The Fact

c. The Thing

d. None of the above

### 10. What is the measure of Central Tendency of a data set?

a. Median

b. Mode

c. Mean

d. All above

a. There is no Correlation

b. There is Strong Positive Correlation

c. There is Strong Negative Correlation

d. The Difference in Both the Variables

a. Unstructured

b. Slip Method

c. Round Robin

d. None of above

a. 3%

b. 3.2 parts per million

c. 0.27 %

d. 2.2 parts per billion

a. 1998

b. 1960

c. 1991

d. 1982

a. (USL-LSL)/3 σ

b. (USL+LSL)/3 σ

c. (USL-LSL)/ 6 σ

d. (USL+LSL)/6 σ

a. Scatter diagram

b. Defect concentration diagram

c. Histogram

d. Tier Chart

a. 11

b. 10

c. 9

d. 8

a. The highest value

b. The Middle value

c. The most frequent value

d. None of above

a. The Actual Place

b. The Fact

c. The Thing

d. None of the above

a. Median

b. Mode

c. Mean

d. All above

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