Normally we charge \$2.00 for this answer

Today, you can get it FOR FREE if you

g+1, Follow or Like, us

## Just do my homework!

• HTML tags will be transformed to conform to HTML standards.
• Add rel="nofollow" to external links
Question
Submitted by Clay1203 on Sun, 2012-05-06 01:35
due on Thu, 2012-05-10 01:33
answered 1 time(s)
Clay1203 is willing to pay \$5.00
Clay1203 bought 62 out of 67 answered question(s)

# Evaluate 5.2 Problem 17

Management at Webster, in Problem 16, is now concerned as to whether caulking tubes are being properly capped. If a significant proportion of the tubes are not being sealed, Webster is placing its customers in a messy situation. Tubes are packaged in large boxes of 144. Several boxes are inspected, and the following numbers of leaking tubes are found (see attached table).

Calculate p-chart three sigma control limits to assess whether the capping process is in statistical control.

Attachments:
Answer
Submitted by shahimermaid on Sun, 2012-05-06 02:56
teacher rated 387 times
4.322995
purchased 9 times
price: \$2.00

## the answer is attached

body preview (0 words)

file1.2_problem_17_data_set.xlsx preview (12 words)

# Sheet1

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 xxxxxx xxxxx 1 x x 5 x 3 x x p= xxxxxxx 0.5 5 2 6 x x x 8 x 9 4 xx 9 11 2 xx x xx 5 xx x UCL= 0.5 x 3 xxxx (0.5 X 0.5)/144= 0.5 +0.042= xxxxx xx x xx x xxxx 0.5-0.042 x 0.458 xx x 18 x 19 2 xx x Total 72

# xxxxxx

 Buy this answer Try it before you buy itCheck plagiarism for \$2.00