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What Quality Control and Statistical Methods Have to Offer
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100 per cent 9.7b continued NUMBER 9.7b continued PROCESS acceptance number AOQL assignable causes Average Fewest Percent binomial distribution cent defective cent inspection class interval computed consumer's risk continued NUMBER INSPECTED continued PROCESS LEVEL control chart limits control limits correlation Defective Exceed Expected defective items determined double sampling Edwards Deming Exceed Expected Expected Expected Expected 0.1 fraction defective gage limits graph paper group averages inherent variability initial eligibility involved Kurtosis lack of control Level Rejects Average measurements normal distribution number of defectives number of items number of observations Number Rejects Defective obtained plotted Poisson distribution probability of acceptance procedure Process Level Rejects producer's risk quality characteristics quality control chart quality level Rejects Average Fewest Rejects Defective Exceed Rejects Expected sample size Sampling Inspection sampling plan sequential analysis Shewhart specification limits statistical methods statistical quality control sub-lots TABLE 9.7b continued tensile strength three sigma tion values