Questions 51

The Z score is a measure of the distance in Standard Deviations of a sample data point from the Median of the sample population.

Questions 52

Lean Six Sigma’s general approach to solving significant challenges related to a process is called _________________.

Questions 53

Conducting a viable Capability Analysis using Attribute Data one must obtain a fairly large sample set to be statistically sound.

Questions 54

The essence of Lean is to concentrate effort on removing waste while improving process flow to achieve speed and agility at lower cost.

Questions 55

The X-Y Diagram is a tool used to identify/collate potential X's and assess their relative impact on multiple Y's.

Questions 56

A Belt concludes a Lean Six Sigma project with the creation of a Control Plan. At what point can the Control Plan be closed?

Questions 57

A process can be defined as a repetitive and systematic series of steps or activities where inputs are modified or assembled to achieve a _______________ result.

Questions 58

Bias in Sampling is an error due to lack of independence among random samples or due to systematic sampling procedures.

Questions 59

Nominal Scale data consists of names, labels or categories and cannot be arranged in any mathematical ordering scheme. Complex arithmetic functions cannot be easily applied to Nominal Data:

Questions 60

When utilizing Statistics the population is defined as a collection of all the individual data points of interest.

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