Question

For an acceptance sampling plan with * n* = 23
and

Find the probability of accepting a lot that has a defect rate of 4%. (Round your answer to four decimal places.)

What is the probability of accepting the lot if the defect rate is 6%? (Round your answer to four decimal places.)

Answer #1

For an acceptance sampling plan with n = 35
and c = 0, find the probability of accepting a
lot that has a defect rate of 4%. (Round your answer to four
decimal places.)
What is the probability of accepting the lot if the defect rate
is 6%? (Round your answer to four decimal places.)

For an acceptance sampling plan with
n = 27 and c = 0,
find the probability of accepting a lot that has a defect rate
of 4%. (Round your answer to four decimal places.) ______
What is the probability of accepting the lot if the defect rate
is 6%? (Round your answer to four decimal places.) ______

For an acceptance sampling plan with n = 25
and c = 0, find the probability of accepting a
lot that has a defect rate of 2%. (Round your answer to four
decimal places.)
____
What is the probability of accepting the lot if the defect rate
is 6%? (Round your answer to four decimal places.)
____

You may need to use the appropriate technology to answer this
question.
For an acceptance sampling plan with
n = 23 and c = 0,
find the probability of accepting a lot that has a defect rate
of 2%. (Round your answer to four decimal places.)
=
What is the probability of accepting the lot if the defect rate
is 8%? (Round your answer to four decimal places.)
=

Consider an acceptance sampling plan with n=25 and c=0. Compute
the producer's risk for each of the following cases.
a. The lot has a defect rate of 2%.
b. The lot has a defect rate of 6%.

Twenty-five samples of 100 items each were inspected when a
process was considered to be operating satisfactorily. In the 25
samples, a total of 180 items were found to be defective.
(a)What is an estimate of the proportion defective when the
process is in control?
_________________.
(b)What is the standard error of the proportion if samples of
size 100 will be used for statistical process control? (Round your
answer to four decimal places.)
________________.
(c)Compute the upper and lower control...

Acceptance Sampling: For the sampling plan defined by N=1500,
n=150, c=2
3. Develop the Operational Characteristics Curve. With this
plan, what is the probability of acceptance for a batch that
contains 2% non-conforming material?
4. Develop the Average Total Inspection curve. With this plan,
what is the average total inspection for batches that contain 2%
non-conforming material?

You have a sampling plan of n = 125, c = 6. The next incoming
lot has a Quality level of 4.25% What is the probability of
accepting this lot?
Question 5 options:
0.9590
0.8364
0.7176
0.9141

You may need to use the appropriate technology to answer this
question.
A manufacturer produces lots of a canned food product. Let
p denote the proportion of the lots that do not meet the
product quality specifications. An n =
23, c = 0 acceptance sampling plan
will be used.
(a) Compute points on the operating characteristic curve
when
p = 0.01, 0.03, 0.10, and 0.20.
(Round your answers to four decimal places.)
c
p = 0.01
p = 0.03
p =...

You have a sampling plan of n = 55, c = 5. What is the worst
defect rate that your sampling plan will accept 1/3rd of the
time?

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