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Analysing Problems & Improve Quality Questions and Answers MCQs

MCQ: The factors identified by cause and effect diagrams include

component and material factors
machine-related factors
human factors
all of above

MCQ: The formula of 1 - unexplained variation ⁄ total variation is used to calculate

coefficient of determination
coefficient of index
coefficient of residual
coefficient of prediction

MCQ: In an innovation process, operation process and post sales services are all sub processes of a perspective, named

internal business process perspective
external business process perspective
leadership perspective
reengineering perspective

MCQ: If the units of normal spoilage are 150 and the total good units manufactured are 1500, then the normal spoilage rate would be

14%
15%
10%
12%

MCQ: The method of costing that supports creation of value for customer by accounting whole value stream, rather than individual departments or products is classified as

economic accounting
back-flush accounting
lean accounting
lead accounting