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Develop a single-sample plan for which AQL = .02 and LTPD = .07 in the case a = .05, B = .10. Once values of n and c have been determined, cal- culate the achieved values of a and B for the plan.

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Figure 4
Patient/Service
Service
Date(s)
(A) Total
Charge
Allowed
Amount
(B) Not Payable
by Plan
Plan Paid
Amount
White, Jane
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56.00
10.00 CP
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268.00
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Lab
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20.00
15.00 CP
5.00 (100%)
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