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Jeopardy!. Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Statistical Process Control. Variation: 200. Answer: This type of variation is sporadic and not predictable Question What are special causes of variation?. Back. Variation: 400. Answer: Prevention and detection Question

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Jeopardy!

Welcome!

The Topic For Today Is…

Variation: 200
• This type of variation is sporadic and not predictable
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• What are special causes of variation?

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Variation: 400
• Prevention and detection
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• What are the two modes of operation?

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Variation: 600
• The red beads represent this type of variation
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• What are common causes of variation?

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Variation: 800
• The tool is the only thing that can separate common and special causes of variation
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• What are control charts?

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Variation: 1000
• You must trace variation back to this to reduce variation
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• What is the source of variation?

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Control Charts: 200
• The largest value you would expect due to common causes of variation on a control chart
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• What is the upper control limit?

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Control Charts: 400
• The minimum number of points you need to start a control chart (at least according to Bill)
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• What is five or six?

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Control Charts: 600
• You use this type of control chart when you have frequent data and a way of rationally subgrouping the data
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• What is the Xbar-R (or Xbar-s) control chart?

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Control Charts: 800
• You use this type of control chart with yes/no data
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• What is the p control chart

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Control Charts: 1000
• This type of control chart is used to monitor laboratory test methods
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• What is the X-mR (individuals control chart)

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Process Tools: 200
• This process tools separates the vital few or the trivial many
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• What is a Pareto diagram?

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Process Tools: 400
• This tool was developed by Kaoru Ishikawa
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• What is the cause and effect (or fishbone) diagram?

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Process Tools: 600
• This tool shows if you have redundant steps in the process
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• What is a process flow diagram?

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Process Tools: 800
• This tools tells you if there is a linear relationship between two variables
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• What is a scatter diagram?

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Process Tools: 1000
• A histogram tells you these four things.
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• What are the mode, the range of variation, the shape of the variation and the relationship to specifications?

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Potpourri: 200
• This measure tells you how well your process meets specifications
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• What is process capability?

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Potpourri: 400
• These two criteria must be met for data to be considered counting-type attribute data
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• What are there is a large opportunity for defects to occur, but the actual number that occur is small

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Potpourri: 600
• These six major categories are often used on fishbone diagrams.
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• What are machines, methods, measurement, material, people, and environment?

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Potpourri: 800
• This tools has these three components: a written statement, a test, and a decision.
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• What is an operational definition?

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Potpourri: 1000
• The absoluteness correctness of a measurement.
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• What is accuracy?

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More SPC: 200
• Using data to make processes do what we want them to.
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• What is statistical process control?

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More SPC: 400
• The minimum of Cpu and Cpl
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• What is Cpk?

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More SPC: 600
• When x increases, y decreases
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• What is negative correlation on a scatter diagram?

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More SPC: 800
• You have this type of data when the range between values becomes too large or you have too few possible values on a range chart.
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• What is chunky data?

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More SPC: 1000
• The quality guru who helped Japan following WWII
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• Who is Dr. W. Edwards Deming?

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