Saint Cloud State University P Chart of Nonconforming Items Worksheet

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I have a homework that i would like you to do.

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The work must be done by Minitab-19 so please read the instructions carefully.

Note: it is an statistics work.

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Homework Problems for Block 1-4 using Minitab version -19 This file includes the guidelines/instructions on the homework as well as Homework Problems Students can use IS 242 Business Statistics or Basic Business Statistics by Berenson, et al 13th ed. The homework file shows page numbers of both books, IS 242 Business Statistics and the original text - Basic Business Statistics by Berenson, Levine, Szabat 13th edition. Where BB means Basic Business Statistics 13th ed by Berenson et al. There are 4 sets of homework, one set for each block. Some problems in the homework require using the Minitab – version 19 program and data files. Minitab program is installed on all the PCs on the SCSU campus. Off-campus, users can access Minitab program through APPS ANYWHERE (virtual lab) All the data files for the Homework are posted on the D2L in Minitab Data for Homework or Excel Data for Homework module. Download the Minitab/Excel data files on your USB (or a PC with Minitab program installed). Log on a Campus PC and open Minitab 19 or access Minitab 19 through AppsAnywhere. After open Minitab-19, follow the steps explained in each problem. Refer “AppsAnywhere & Minitab 19 Using Tips” file posted on D2L The homework should be submitted in an MS Word format file. Use copy and paste to include Minitab outputs and graphs in the Word file to submit. Homework should be an independent work for each student. All the submitted contents are evaluated and graded, clear violations of homework guides, unnecessary or inconsistent contents will be penalized. Submit all questions in each block in one packet with clear identification information such as the name of the student, course number, homework number, problem number, sub-number, etc. For example, 1.4 Do problems 3 and 5 on page 262 (Problems for Section 2 in The Normal Distribution and Other Continuous Distributions Chapter) by showing all steps, 1.4 is Homework number; 3 and 5 are problem numbers, and (a) in 3 is sub-number. Block 4 Homework Problems (100 pts): 4.1 Use MINITAB, construct X-bar chart and R chart for the data in Hotel2 file (20 pts). Interpret the results (Test Results -- shows the interpretations). After opening Minitab, File -> Open, select Hotel2, click open and OK. (The PC should have Minitab installed or downloaded by AppsAnywhere)). Select Stat→ Control Charts→ Variable chart for Subgroups → R Chart, In the dialogue box, top of right-side pulldown menu, select Observations for a subgroup are in one row of column, Click the box below, double-click C2 C3 C4 C5 C6, next click R-Options, in the R Chart-Options dialog box, click Tests tab and choose to Perform all tests for special causes from the drop-down list; click Limits tab and enter 1 2 3, there is a space between numbers 1 2 and 3, OK, and OK To enter variables by double-clicking each variable or c2-c6, if you don’t see the variable list, click right-hand side box. Limits command subdivides the control chart into Zone A, B, and C. After R-Chart, do X-bar chart, always do R-Chart first (replace R by X-bar and follow the above steps). Copy control chart and session window, and paste into a Word file to submit 4.2 Construct p-chart for the data in ERRORSPC file (20 pts). Interpret the result To get Minitab output: Open ERRORSPC file. Select Stat → Control Charts → Attributes Charts → P. In the P Chart dialog box, enter Nonconfm in the variable box by double-click Nonconfm in the variable list, enter 200 in the Subgroup size box, and click P Chart Options, In P Chart-Options, click Tests tab and choose to Perform all tests for special causes from the drop-down list, and click Limits tab, enter 1 2 3, OK, and OK. Copy control chart and Test Results for P Chart for Nonconforming Items, and paste into a Word file to submit 4.3 Construct c-chart for the data in COMPLAINTS file (20 pts). Interpret the result To get Minitab output: Open COMPLAINTS file and select Stat → Control Charts → Attributes Charts → C. in the C Chart dialog box, enter Complaints in the variable box by double-click Complaints in the variable list. Click C Chart Options, in C Chart-Options box, click Tests tab and choose to Perform all tests for special causes from the drop-down list and click Limits tab enter 1 2 3, OK and OK Copy control chart and Test results -- and paste into a Word file to submit Only X-bar chart applies 8 tests and all others (P, C, and R-charts) apply the first 4 tests. Refer the list of tests in the References Module in D2L content 4.4 Note on Converting the payoff table to opportunity loss (OL) table Refer to Table 3 or Table 4 in pages 670-1 of the textbook (Tables 20.3 -4 page 20-4/5 in BB) -in Decision making chapter For the Payoff table (Table 3); E1: low demand E2: High demand A1: Gradual 1 4 A2 Concentrated -5 10 You may think this way to get opportunity loss table: • if in Low demand, E1, you will choose gradual alternative and profit is 1, OL of gradual action is 0, but OL of the Concentrated alternative is 6, because you lose 5, in fact, you could make 1, so the amount of regret(OL) is 6 OL = largest payoff in the line (event) – the payoff of the cell • If in High demand, E2, you will choose Concentrated, OL is 0, for Gradual OL= 10 - 4 = 6 Key is to think in one event i.e. low demand at a time and move to the next event i.e. high demand The Opportunity Loss table is: E1: low demand E2: High demand A1: Gradual 0 6  (10 - 4) A2 Concentrated 6 (1- (-5)) 0 Question: For the following Payoff table, answer questions a) - e) (40 Pts) Events E1 E2 E3 a) b) c) d) e) End Probability .3 .5 .2 A1 1 4 6 A2 -5 1 16 Convert to the Opportunity Loss table Find the optimal act under the maximin criterion Find the EMV (A1) and EMV(A2) and optimal act under the EMV criterion Find the EOL (A1) and EOL(A2) and optimal act under the EOL criterion Find the EVPI Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Luggage Delivery Times in Minutes Average Range 6,7 11,7 9,7 7,5 7,8 8,68 5,0 7,6 11,4 9,0 8,4 9,2 9,12 3,8 9,5 8,9 9,9 8,7 10,7 9,54 2,0 9,8 13,2 6,9 9,3 9,4 9,72 6,3 11,0 9,9 11,3 11,6 8,5 10,46 3,1 8,3 8,4 9,7 9,8 7,1 8,66 2,7 9,4 9,3 8,2 7,1 6,1 8,02 3,3 11,2 9,8 10,5 9,0 9,7 10,04 2,2 10,0 10,7 9,0 8,2 11,0 9,78 2,8 8,6 5,8 8,7 9,5 11,4 8,80 5,6 10,7 8,6 9,1 10,9 8,6 9,58 2,3 10,8 8,3 10,6 10,3 10,0 10,00 2,5 9,5 10,5 7,0 8,6 10,1 9,14 3,5 12,9 8,9 8,1 9,0 7,6 9,30 5,3 7,8 9,0 12,2 9,1 11,7 9,96 4,4 11,1 9,9 8,8 5,5 9,5 8,96 5,6 9,2 9,7 12,3 8,1 8,5 9,56 4,2 9,0 8,1 10,2 9,7 8,4 9,08 2,1 9,9 10,1 8,9 9,6 7,1 9,12 3,0 10,7 9,8 10,2 8,0 10,2 9,78 2,7 9,0 10,0 9,6 10,6 9,0 9,64 1,6 10,7 9,8 9,4 7,0 8,9 9,16 3,7 10,2 10,5 9,5 12,2 9,1 10,30 3,1 10,0 11,1 9,5 8,8 9,9 9,86 2,3 9,6 8,8 11,4 12,2 9,3 10,26 3,4 8,2 7,9 8,4 9,5 9,2 8,64 1,6 7,1 11,1 10,8 11,0 10,2 10,04 4,0 11,1 6,6 12,0 11,5 9,7 10,18 5,4 Nonconforming Items 3 5 2 11 6 15 8 1 25 4 0 6 9 2 8 28 16 5 10 30 13 5 2 0 14 10 9 7 6 1 21 2 4 2 8 30 0 0 1 Accounts Processed 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 Days Complaints 1 8 2 10 3 6 4 7 5 5 6 7 7 9 8 8 9 7 10 9 11 10 12 7 13 8 14 11 15 10 16 9 17 8 18 7 19 10 20 11 21 8 22 7 23 8 24 6 25 7 26 7 27 5 28 8 29 6 30 7 31 5 32 5 33 4 34 4 35 3 36 5 37 2 38 4 39 3 40 3 41 4 42 2 43 4 44 5 45 5 46 3 47 2 48 5 49 4 50 4
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Running Head: BLOCK 4 HOMEWORK

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Block 4 Homework
Name
Institution

BLOCK 4 HOMEWORK

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Problem 4.1

Interpretation:
The process is in control because the points appears randomly distributed and no points outside the
control limit.

Interpretation
The process mean is in control because all the points lies within the upper and lower control limit.

BLOCK 4 HOMEWORK

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Problem 4.2

Test Results for P Chart of Nonconforming Items
TEST 1. One point more than 3.00 standard deviations from center line.
Test Failed at points: 9, 16, 20, 31, 36

Interpretation
The process is out of control because some of the points are outside the control limits.

BLOCK 4 HOMEWORK

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Problem 4.3

Test Results for C Chart of Complaints
TEST 2. 9 points in a row on same side of center line.
Test Failed at points: 14, 15, 16, 17...


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