FMEA Assignment

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1.     Why is it so important to be able to determine the probability of an event occurring?

a.     It sets an expectation for the like hood an event should occur

b.     It gives us something to compare the actual frequency against

c.     It helps us determine when a change in frequency is significant

d.     All of  the above

2.     To find the probability of completing a trip of 3,000 miles without needing to service your car, given that the vehicle requires service every 5, 000 miles we would use the?

a.     Exponential distribution

b.     Lognormal distribution

c.     Hyper geometric distribution

d.     D. Bivariate distribution

   3. Which type of FMEA Encompasses sub processes that are relevant to server business units?

a. Process FMEA

b. System FMEA

c. Product FMEA

d. Design FMEA

4. What is the purpose of a spaghetti diagram?

a. To match problems with likely causes

b. TO show progress over time

c. TO map the flow of a process

d. TO compile opinions from employees

5. How might the FMEA se the stage for hypothesis testing?

A. Use PRN to prioritize testing

B. It helps with the necessary questions about the relationship of X’s and the Y’s

c. Compare occurrence and adjusted occurrence to determine if changes have improved the process

d. All of the above

 

 

6. FMEA aligns very well with tools used in the analyze phase which Analyze tool uses information from the potential causes and effects sections of the FMEA to show relationships between the X.s and Y’s of the project?

a. X-Y plot

b. Fish bone diagram

c. C and E diagram

d. All of the above

7. To find the probability of selecting five cards of the same suit, when drawing cards from the deck without replacing them we would use the.

a. Binominal distribution

b. Lognormal Distribution

c. Hypergeometric distribution

d. Bivariate distribution

8. When should you use team tools to narrow root causes?

a. When you have knowledgeable and experienced team members

b. When the team is able to easily rule out issues

c. When there is strong consensus on the team

d. All of the above

9. To find the probability of eight customers arriving at the bank between noon and 1:00 pm. Given that we typically average five customers per hour during that time period, we would use the.

a.     Poisson distribution

b.     B. Lognormal distribution

c.     Hypergeometice distribution

d.     Bivariate distribution

 

 

 

10. To find the probability of a person weight being between 160 lbs and 180 pounds, given that the person is 5 feet 8 inches tall we use the

a. Exponential distribution

b. Lognormal distribution

c. Hyper geometric distribution

d. Bivariate distribution

11. Which of the following is a step in identifying root causes?

a. Completing a business case

b. Testing implementation plans

c. Finalizing with a control and monitoring plan

d. Completing a cause and effect analysis

12.  When should you use data tools to narrow root causes?

a. When the team is able to easily rule out issues

b. When there is strong consensus on the team

c. When you need to separate random variation from special cause variation

d. None of the above

13. What is the primary purpose of the exponential distribution?

a. To help analyze the probability of an occurrences

b. To help analyze the probability of something occurring, given that something else occurred

c. To help analyze the length of time between occurrences

d. To help analyze the probability of a system failing

14.  Why might the spaghetti map be finished in a different stage than the measure phases?

a. The final step of a spaghetti map is action taken, which done at the improve stage

b. The most significant root caused need to be identified first

c. Spaghetti maps can only be used in the measure phases

d. None of the above Wrong Answer

15. A given machine averages producing 10 defects per day.  What is the probability it will produce more than 15 defects in a given day?

a.  95.13 Percent

b. 88.15 percent

c.  11.85 percent

d.  4.87 percent

 

16. How can a spaghetti diagram help improve the future flow of a process?

a. By identifying where the are defects

b. By identifying where there is overproduction

c. By identifying where there is excessive movement or bottlenecks

d. All of the above

17. The primary purpose of a fault tree diagram is to

a.     Use top down approach to analyze reasons for system failure

b.     Use to down approach to develop an organization hierarchy

c.     C. Use a bottom up approach to analyze teason for system failures

d.     D. Use a bottom up approach to develop an organization hierarchy.

 

18. What are the two major OEE quality loss categories?

a. Rejects due to product changeovers and quality losses during processing

b. Reduced speed and small downtime events (less than Ten minutes?

c. Downtime and performance

d. All of the above

 

 

 

 

19. What is the primary purpose of the bivariate  distribution

a. To help analyze the probability of the rate of an occurred

b. To help analyze the probability of something occurring, given that something else occurred.

c. to help analyze the length of time between occurrences

d. To help analyze the probability of a system failing.

20. To find the probability of  a system failing before it reaches 10,000 working hours, given the historical failure rate for the systems, we would use the?

a.     Weibull distribution

b.     Lognormal distribution

c.     Hypergeometric distribution

d.     Bivariate distribution