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Get Full Access to Probability And Statistics For Engineering And The Sciences - 9 Edition - Chapter 16.2 - Problem 6
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In the case of known m and s, what control limits

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Problem 6

In the case of known m and s, what control limits arenecessary for the probability of a single point being outsidethe limits for an in-control process to be .005?

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Statistics 201 9/06/16  Dispersion­ spread ­Info about location (avg or median)  Range­ difference between max and min ­Range=max­min  Positive/right skew ­ mean is pulled to the right, and is larger than the median  Negative/left skew ­mean is pulled to the left, and is smaller than the median  Symmetric/bell shaped ­ mean is approximately the same as median  IQR= Q ­Q3 1 ­ is not effected by extreme values b/c os ca;culated using values that lie close to the center of the data set. IQR is not used in inferential statistics but are useful as descriptive statist

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