UConn OPIM 5110 - Final Exam (9 pages)

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Opim 5110 - Operations Management
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UCONN MBA OPIM 5110 Fall 2009 Final Exam REMINDER THIS IS A NON COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY You should complete all work on your take home exams independently of other students in the class It is an open book exam You may use any book any slides and any material used in class The Exam is due by 5 PM on Saturday October 3 2009 Instructions 1 Make sure that there are a total of 9 pages in this exam 2 Answer all of the questions in just one Excel file 3 Provide a written answer to each of the questions on your Excel spreadsheet Just highlighting a number in a cell is not enough 4 Include as many worksheets as you want in your file 5 Save your work frequently 6 When you are finished submit your file as an e mail attachment to jcruz business uconn edu 7 Clearly identify your Excel file and e mail by writing your name on both example JohnSmith xls 1 Part I Multiple Choice 20 points 1 Which of the following would not indicate an out of control process a values consistently above the center line b values that move in an upward trend c values that bounce around above and below the center line d values that move in a downward trend 2 Which of the following statements concerning control charts is true a attribute charts require smaller sample sizes while variable charts require larger sample sizes b attribute charts require larger sample sizes while variable charts require smaller sizes c attribute charts and variable charts require equal sample sizes d attribute charts must always have sample sizes of 100 while variable charts can use sample size 3 If a process has a Cp of 87 and a Cpk of 75 then the process a is acceptable and no action is necessary b mean is off center and corrective action should be taken to produce the desired quality c is not capable of producing within the design specifications d none of the above 4 Which of the following statements concerning control chart limits is true a the smaller the value of z the more narrow the control limits are and the more



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