Which graph makes it best to visualize a correlation?

Histogram

Scatterplot diagram

Pareto Diagram

Control card

2. What is the point calculation of the EWMA card based on?

On the assumption that one derives

Each point depends on the value of the previous point

On the previous maximum value

Assuming the value of the next point

3. What is the interest of the EWMA card compared to Shewhart's traditional cards?

No special interest, it's just another card

She is more original

It detects smaller variations

It is simpler

4.

In a Box Plot chart, what is the vertical line?

The value of the mean

The range

The variance

The standard deviation

5. In The Whole Brain Model, which tool will be most appropriate to communicate with someone with an Expert / Analyst profile?

A short and metaphorical video

A curve

A detailed report

Testimonials

6. When analyzing the Factor Tree Analysis, for a factor, I have the following table. What should I conclude?

This factor is not in question, I reject it.

This factor may be involved, it is necessary to investigate.

This factor is probably the cause of the problem.

7. To justify a change approach, among these propositions, which are the types of arguments adapted?

Authority

Common sense

Petition of principle

Experience

8. Put in order the 4 steps of the formation of a team ?

A. Dissatisfaction B. Orientation C. Performance D. Standardization

B, C, D, A

A, B, C, D

C, A, B, D

B, A, D, C

9. In what type of business organization is it even more important to obtain the commitment of management?

Horizontal

Diagonal

Vertical

Octagonal

10. I have the next NP chart. What can I say ?

My process is under control

Attention, I tend down, my process drifts

My process is out of control

I have a lot of points on both sides of the middle line. I must investigate.

11. In which context to use the Wilcoxon test?

When my data is independent

When my data is matched

12. Who is the father of the control cards?

Joseph Moser Juran

William Edwards Deming

Bob Galvin

Walter Andrew Shewhart

13. What is the end goal of the analysis phase ?

Check the results

Define the problem

Identify solutions to the problem

Identify the real cause of the problem

14. What is the investment budget for?

For new projects

To reduce waste

To meet the general objectives

15. What is the Kolmogorov Smirnov test for?

To test normality

To test qualitative data

To test the adjustment to any law

To test averages

16. The Pareto Principle is not true in my case. How will I prioritize my actions?

We call an expert

Via a 5S

A gain / cost matrix

Randomly

17. Concretely, what does "6 Sigma" mean ?

Six defects are generated per product

6 times the standard deviation of our data are included in the customer's specifications

3.4 defects are generated per thousand products

We accept 6 defects per million good products

18. An aluminum product manufacturer controls 100 units per day with a destructive test that determines whether the parts being tested are able to withstand some pressure. Sixty days of sampling provide 6,000 pieces tested. Four of the 6,000 pieces do not meet specifications. This corresponds to a defective number of parts per million (ppm) of?

0.000667

The calculation does not apply to destructive tests

1500

667

19. What is the loss function used for?

Compare multiple vendors that have similar capabilities.

Identify tolerance intervals on customer perception

All these answers

Relate technical notions to economic concepts

20. In relation to motivation, what does involvement bring?